The BES Drongos are a group of nature lovers from the Bachelor of Environmental Studies (BES) programme at the National University of Singapore (NUS) who have come together to manage guided walks open to everyone and anyone. We want to bring people to appreciate and understand local biodiversity and our ecological systems in Singapore through our guided walks on the Petai Trail at Macritchie Reservoir Park. 

Sign up for a walk and follow our adventures on our blog, our Facebook page and flickr!

Contact us: drop us an email at besdrongos@gmail.com or message us through our Facebook page.

Join us in raising awareness about Singapore biodiversity by hashtagging your pictures from the Petai Trail and nature walks in Macritchie with #petaitrail and they might be featured on this page!

Our main Drongos team consists of:

President: Sandra Chia
Vice President: Lee Juin Bin
Secretary: Chow Tak Wei
Volunteer Manager(s): Sara Choo & Chua Ying Zhi
Research and Training Head: Quek Xiao Tong
Publicity Officer(s): Angela Chan, Ashley Tan and Nicholas Lim

We would like to thank Toddycats and the organisers of the Love MacRitchie Walks for providing capacity building in the setup of the BES Drongos. We would also like to thank the hard work of previous two committees as well as all present and past members of BES Drongos.

Special thanks to the 2nd BES Student Committee and the ex-director of BES special projects Aw Jeanice for overseeing this project, as well as Dr Joelle Lai of the Toddycats and Dr Mendoza for being our advisers.

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The BES Drongos adventures on the Petai Trail and more!

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