I found these pitiful dead birds near Blk 601 Ang Mo Kio Ave 5.

Source: Singapore Birders Facebook

A friend, Sharon S. Lim, found a number of bodies of Rock Pigeon (Columba livia) and a Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus) around 442 Sin Ming Avenue. I suspect someone poisoned them, anyone know what can we do? All have been cleared by NEA contractors.

Source: Sharon S. Lim, via Fang Sher Chyet on Nature Society (Singapore) Facebook Group

It turned out that the Town Council in the area was carrying out culling of Rock Pigeons, and that other bird species also ended up consuming the poisoned bait.

Found this morning. 😦 Distinctive red marking on its beak. Looks like an injury to its neck.

Source: Tanglin Halt Wildlife Watch Facebook

Today we picked up a gorgeous female Thick-billed Green Pigeon (Treron curvirostra) from around the one-north area that died of as-yet undetermined causes.

Although usually found in the Central Catchment Nature Reserve, Thick-billed Green Pigeons often forage for fruits in the fringing woodlands outside the central forests as well.

Source: David Tan Instagram

Male Pink-necked Green Pigeon (Treron vernans), found dead in Utown, reported by Juin Bin. One of our native pigeons, the males sport flashy shades of pink, yellow, green, and orange. Also makes a great conversation starter.

Source: Sean Yap Instagram

On Halloween night, we have to say that one the scariest things for our officers (and the animals) is to find an animal stuck on glue. Thankfully, Abracadabra, the Feral Pigeon (Columba livia) was released following a couple of cleaning sessions. But Carmen, the Javan Myna (Acridotheres javanicus) rescued today, has gotten very badly stuck to the glue, and we hope that Carmen pulls through this.

Please, please help to spread the word not to use glue boards/traps for any animals

Source: Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (ACRES) Facebook