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KSNP for Ramsar - Developing a CEPA Outreach Programme for MNS members and local communities
Kuala Selangor Nature Park (KSNP) will function as a Wetlands Education, Resource and Training Centre for Communities to train MNS members and targeted local communities along the coast and interior wetlands of North Central Selangor.  
 
 
Project ROOTS with Berjaya Cares Foundation
Project ROOTS or “Revisiting our Original Trees” supported by Berjaya Cares Foundation is a land based project studying the high conservation value areas on Tioman island before meaningful management information and recommendations can be produced to safeguard these areas.  
 
 
Projects: Restore Our Awesome Reefs (ROAR) with Berjaya Cares Foundation
An intergrated coral rehabilitation project to help restore Tioman Island's coral reefs.  
 
 

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  Poachers emptying the skies of migrating wild birds - The Rakyat Post, 6th March 2015
Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) has expressed grave concern that migratory birds passing through Malaysia are being intercepted to be eaten or sold off as pets. Many of those setting these traps are immigrants working in the country.

 
 
 
  Pictures of tourists ‘having fun’ with endangered turtle cause for alarm!
MNS is concerned with the lack of awareness and law enforcement of tourists manhandling a Hawksbill turtle on Pangkor Island.

 
 
 
  Logging Still Rampant In Gua Musang - BERNAMA, 5th March 2015
While the heavy rainfall in Kelantan between Dec 22 and 24, 2014 was enough to inundate the state, other factors such as logging is said to have aggravated the situation further.  
 
 
  Lafarge’s encroachment into eco-sensitive areas causes alarm - The Star, 5th March 2015
Quarrying at Perak’s Gunung Kanthan by cement giant Lafarge Malaysia has alarmed green groups, who say work has encro­ached close to “sensitive” areas.  
 
 
  Freeze Timber Licences, Save The Environment - BERNAMA, 3rd March
Local environmental NGOs urged all state governments to freeze timber concession licences for 10 years to conserve forest reserves and prevent environmental disaster.  
 
 
  Malaysia keen to promote birding destinations - TravelDailyNews, 3rd March 2015
The “Malaysia, a Preferred Birding Destination” seminar concluded recently at Cyberjaya with tourism players and birding enthusiasts feeling excited about elevating the niche interest as one of the main tourism attractions in Malaysia.  
 
 

    Raptor Watch 2015
Date: 14 Mar 2015  
 
    Talk on How only one degree Celsius more already impacts tropical rainforest ecocystems.
Date: 18 Mar 2015  
 

 
 

 
 
 
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