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Interesting Sights at Lower Peirce Reservoir Park

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  • Boardwalk

    The boardwalk was designed to provide an outdoor classroom for nature study and recreation in a natural forest environment. Interpretative boards on the flora and fauna found in the forest , bum rest, scenic view and picnic points are features located along the boardwalk.

    Construction of the Lower Peirce boardwalk began in Nov 1998 and completed in Jun 1999. The boardwalk was routed and built on existing trails to elevate the compaction and soil erosion caused by the overuse of these trails in the forest. This will continue to ensure the protection floral and fauna on the forest floor with minimum impact by humans.

  • White Bellied Sea Eagle

    Flora and Fauna

    Look out for majestic trees which are over 100 years old in the forest. Some other interesting plants that you can spot here include pitcher plants (Nepenthes spp.) and the Nibong Palm (Oncosperma tigillaria). The common wildlife that resides in this reservoir includes Long-tailed Macaques (Macaca fascicularis), Oriental Whip Snakes (Ahaetulla prasina) and the occasional White-bellied Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster) flying above the reservoir. Freshwater species such as Snakeheads (Channa spp.) can also be found in the waters of the reservoir.
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Last updated on 23 November 2014

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