Singapore Biodiversity Information
There are several publications made on the biodiversity in Singapore. One of the publications is the Singapore Red Data Book (RDB) and it is a good source of information on Singapore’s natural heritage.
The RDB was first published in 1994 and the second edition in 2008. It serves as a valuable reference book for nature conservation planning and to guide the efforts and actions of various governmental and non-governmental organisations. It is an indispensable resource for students and researchers that will aid in their understanding and appreciation of Singapore’s biodiversity.
The updated Red Lists that feature the national conservation status of each species can be found in the Species Lists on the NParks website.
You may also wish to check out our other publications*, including A Guide to the Bees of Singapore, Caterpillars of Singapore’s Butterflies, Dragonflies of Our Parks and Gardens, Our Fragile Rainforest, Migratory Birds of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve and Hornbills in the City.
View A Review of Garden Bird Watch (2015–2019) (PDF, 6.6MB) [High-res version (13.1 MB)].
View Hidden Havens: Exploring Marine Life in Singapore’s Marinas (PDF, 3.9MB) [High-res version (PDF, 16.8MB)].
In addition to what has been published, National Biodiversity Centre is also a reference centre for all biodiversity related information.
These info are centrally collated in BIOME for ease of search. For more information on BIOME, click here.
You may also wish to refer to NParks Flora & Fauna Web for more information and photographic images on plants and animals that can be found in Singapore.
* Click here to view other recommended books.