Citizen scientists study Singapore's backyard biodiversity

Citizen scientists Lim Poh Chuan (left) and Ivie Sim.
Citizen scientists Lim Poh Chuan (left) and Ivie Sim.PHOTOS: COURTESY OF LIM POH CHUAN, LENDLEASE

SINGAPORE - Mr Lim Poh Chuan was not content to be a citizen scientist just to study birds in the Garden Bird Watch programme organised by the National Parks Board (NParks).

The 55-year-old product compliance manager at Hewlett Packard Enterprise says that after his initial avian stint in 2017, he also signed up for NParks' Heron Watch, Butterfly Watch and the latest Dragonfly Watch this year.

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