The rainforest is full of reptilian acrobats; L. LEE GRISMER explains how lizards, snakes, and geckos take flight under the canopy to escape prey and survive in the jungle. This is the second part in a three part series.
The rainforest is full of reptilian acrobats; L. LEE GRISMER explains how lizards, snakes, and geckos take flight under the canopy to escape prey and survive in the jungle.
Aboard a research ship in the Straits of Malacca, RICK GREGORY observes the thrill of discovery as scientists explore the faraway land and marine frontiers of Jarak and Perak Islands.
Invited to an Orang Asli village to recognize efforts to revive a dying lake ecosystem, RICK GREGORY tries to find his way around the corporate machinery in action.
Working in the jungle, not the university, is a true education in itself. SU MEI TOH follows the learning curve of one of Malaysia's foremost naturalists.
Nutrition and nature protection are a seemingly odd pairing, but SERINA RAHMAN finds out that for the price of a cup of coffee, a child can be fed for a day and how these contributions help support and preserve island cultures and environments.
Financial support is usually the first stumbling block in getting conservation projects off the block. WILD ASIA offers a list of links to organisations with funding opportunities as a starting point.
Christmas Island is a faraway outpost in the Indian Ocean, birdwatcher LIM KIM CHYE finds a special assemblage of sea and land birds that makes this tropical isle a hot attraction for birders.
A naturalist's low-tech, high-spirited search for Malaysia's birds reaches a watershed figure. SU MEI TOH gets a Big Bird Year update from Malaysia's consummate birder.
News of natural destruction is overwhelming, but are we losing even more than rainforests, fisheries and wildlife species in Asia, MATT SALLEH finds another elemental loss amid the collapse that may even be greater.