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JustLife Group Sdn Bhd supports MNS for the Wetlands Wanderer project
The project is to further develop an interpretive trail and habitat gardens, greening the building, upgrading the exhibits and getting more communities to use the MNS Sepang EIC.  
 
 
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.  
 
 
MNS restores it with Ricoh
MNS collaborates with Ricoh to restore damaged mangrove areas and maintain natural habitats of KSNP  
 
 

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  A star in black & white - Malaysian Naturalist September 2014
Nope, its not Michael Jackson we are talking about! The Malayan Tapir is our latest celebrity animal and get to know Tahan, a regular visitor at Mutiara Taman Negara Resort.  
 
 
  Jungle the size of Cyberjaya logged.
MNS demands a stop to a jungle area the size of Cyberjaya being logged in the middle of one of Pahang’s most important forests to make way for possible rubber plantations.  
 
 
  MNS: Development along Johor coastline affecting bird migration - The Star, 28th September 2014
The massive developments taking place along the Johor coastline may affect the annual migration of thousands of birds that flocked here from East Asia to Australia, says the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS).  
 
 
  Fishermen Lament Johor Straits Reclamation Works - Bernama, 26th September
But ever since reclamation works off the Johor Straits began in March this year, the fishermen's haul had dwindled.
 
 
 
  A world of creepy crawlies by Andrew Sebastian - Malaysian Naturalist September 2014
Insects, roaches, cicadas...these creepy crawly creatures often don't get attention because of their size. Here are some insights and their importance to the ecosystem!  
 
 
  Malaysian Naturalist: Frogs in man-made urban wetlands.....
Taken from the September 2014 issue, it is interesting to know of a variety of frogs in this man-made urban wetlands. Read on to find out where and what frogs you can find!  
 
 

    Paddle for Nature
Date: 9 Sep - 21 Nov 2014  
 
    Counting of Raptors over Bedong, Kedah 2014
Date: 21 Sep - 2 Nov 2014  
 
    [outdoor] Bird Photography @ KL Bird Park (Part 1)
Date: 11 Oct 2014  
 
    [outdoor] Bird Photography @ Serdang (Part 2)
Date: 18 Oct 2014  
 
    Pantai Kerachut hike Oct2014
Date: 21 Oct 2014  
 
    An Introduction to Coastal Waterbirds and Wetlands
Date: 31 Oct 2014 - 28 Feb 2015  
 
    Taiwan Birdathon
Date: 1 - 2 Nov 2014  
 
    Santubong Nature Festival 2014
Date: 8 - 9 Nov 2014  
 

 
 

 
 
 
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