According to the article, the Urban Development Authority's (URA) Masterplan 2008 has put into consideration an area within Bidadari as a parkland, but this differs substantially for Nature Society's proposal. It's too early to see what will happen, but let's hope for a win win situation for all parties and that Nature Society can be consulted and advice sought when this park is built and this rest point for migratory birds can be maintained for years to come.
|source: Straits Times (4 December 2012)|
In the meantime, i will try to spare some time to make more visits to Bidadari before the development of it begins.Who knows, i might catch sight of the Japanese Paradise Flycatcher.
My previous trips:
Bidadari (18 November), posted on November 23, 2012