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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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  Urgent action needed to prevent the loss of Sambar in Peninsular Malaysia - TRAFFIC, 26th February 2015
Sambar, the largest deer species in South-East Asia, is severely threatened due to constant poaching pressure, and loss of critical habitat due to development and deforestation.  
 
 
  Asian songbird migrants in trouble - BirdLife International
Migratory songbirds in East Asia are in trouble, according to new research. The study calls for national action and international cooperation to deal with threats, as well as more monitoring and research to help understand and protect this unique migration system.  
 
 
  Raptor Watch programme expects to draw 3,000-6,000 visitors - The Sun Daily, 23rd February 2015
Politicians raises concern on the lack of awareness among the Port Dickson community on one of Malaysia's best eco-tourism event held annually.  
 
 
  Bird (not Angry Birds!) enthusiasts’ paradise - The Star, 23rd February 2015
Plans to make Malaysia a bird-watcher's haven are taking flight so travellers can come see that Malaysia is truly “Birdsia”.  
 
 
  IUCN responds on Gunung Kanthan
The happenings in Gunung Kanthan has captured the attention of IUCN!  
 
 
  Gong Xi Fa Cai!
MNS is fortunate to welcome the year of the Goat while together celebrating our platinum jubilee and our 75th year anniversary!  
 
 

    Raptor Watch 2015
Date: 14 Mar 2015  
 

 
 

 
 
 
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