The MALAYSIAN NATURE SOCIETY's Bird Conservation Council has been driving the conservation of Malaysian birds. Read on to find out about their projects, activities, and their bi-monthly publication, Suara Enggang.
A special report on Sri Lankan wildlife after the tsunami, GEHAN DE SILVA tells us about Yala National Park and the impacts on animals and the tourism industry.
A private breeder in Kampung Janda Baik, Pahang is under scrutiny for his breeding programme for endangered species, which is assisted by Malaysia's Department of Wildlife and National Parks. HILARY CHIEW reports.
Herbariums serve as scientific showcases to help plant identification, PERPETUA GEORGE shows how saving old medicinal plant parts instils pride and passes on knowledge to community youth.
Afraid of snakes? Most snakes are secretive, shy and cautious animals, JEET SUKUMARAN tries to allay fears and give sound advice on these reptiles with a reputation.
The rainforest is not a friendly place, but its main threats and dangers are not tigers, snakes, etc., JEET SUKUMARAN unveils the real monsters as the ones that torment you on each jungle trek.
Afraid of the tiger or leopard? JEET SUKUMARAN surmises that dread of carnivores is somewhat misplaced since these species don't see us as prey. Read on at your own peril!
What are you afraid of in the rainforest? Torments and the true horrors of the rainforest are not tigers or venemous snakes, they are leaches, mosquitoes, centipedes and rattan that you have to watch out for. Read on for more insights into the real horrors of the rainforest. This is part of a series of articles that break down the myths of rainforest "horrors" and gives you some insight into what is really scary!
The rainforests of Peninsular Malaysia house a plethora of carnivores, yet so much is still unknown about these elusive creatures. With the threat of extinction looming large, ANDY JENNINGS talks about why international biologists are now seeking answers deep within Krau Wildlife Reserve.
From traders of yore to present-day sun-worshipping tourists, people over the centuries have sought shelter at Malaysia's Perhentian Islands. Yet despite all this human traffic, biodiversity has received scant attention. With this in mind, Coral Cay Conservation has initiated a research study to document the Perhentian's marine and terrestrial species. RICK GREGORY reports.