The event for which Dr Jane Goodall came to Singapore, the inaugural Singapore Wildlife Stampede (organised by the JGI Roots & Shoots program) took place last Friday. Both tec minions were there, presumably to help out at the Cat Welfare Society‘s booth. But having arrived at the venue under the auspices of volunteering, this minion couldn’t resist wandering afield and shutter-bugging the energy out of my now-squinty right-eye, leaving btmao to hold up our our promise of aid.
Baby tiger in support of the stampede (Please also be aware: there is no such thing as an endangered White tiger species)
… his football trumped him amd got a better seat in the house. But it was short-lived triumph. A good samaritan armed with his lady companion’s foldable brolly fished it out of the pond and returned the wayward toy to its owner
Before the stampede came in, the NGOs present were invited to speak about their work, 2 mins per NGO. Ms Dawn Kua, CWS, made quick work of it.
Colourful costumes and tired kids. It took btmao and I several closer looks later to identify the globby ones – seahorses they be.
Asiatic Lion and supporter
Asiatic Lion: Manefully detailed
… as Dr Goodall spoke, and as she apparently does in her speeches, incorporated the story of Old Man, an ex-lab animal and abused chimp, who found it in himself to reach across the species barrier and befriend his human caregiver.
What is the reflection you see when you look in the mirror? Can you accept what you see? Do you think about what the reflection says to you? What it tells of you? Or are you concerned only with planning the demise of the white-head in that irritatingly prominent spot?