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Welcome to birdsmalaysia.my!
This website was developed by ECOMY and launched & supported by Tourism Malaysia as a national gateway to the birds and birdwatching in Malaysia. There are many links and informative sites that have also been highlighted here and hopefully this will serve as an introduction or roadmap to those locally or foreign guests that are thinking of visiting us here in Malaysia.
We thank Leica Malaysia for their support of this page to the year 2021/2022. As a brand ambassador for their birding optics, I am proud to use their amazing products in my professional bird tours here and around the region. I personally use the one of the best optics namely my ever-trusting binoculars, the Leica Noctivid 10×42 and for birds perched or feeding far away, the best scope, the Leica Apo Televid 82 series.
Enjoy your trips, your walks and come and visit us here in Malaysia soon!
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Ecotourism & Conservation Society Malaysia (ECOMY) – compiler 23 June 2020 (Sebastian, A.)
Tourism Malaysia has launched the Bird Malaysia website (www.birdsmalaysia.my) today at the 10th Asian Bird Fair 2019 in Kuching, Sarawak.
KUCHING: Malaysia is positioning itself as one of the world’s major birding destinations, with the launch of the ‘Birds Malaysia’ website yesterday, drawing bird-watching and bird-photography enthusiasts from all over the world.
Birdwatching in Malaysia is a nature travel goal in itself in this country. As mentioned in our previously published article “Birdwatching In Malaysia: An Essential Guide“, there are more than a staggering 750 bird species in our jungles.
Did you know that there are 688 species of resident and migratory birds and out of that 688 species, 54 species are endemic to Borneo and 33 species are endemic to Sabah?Birding or bird watching is an activity where you could explore more of these unique feathered friends of ours.
International bird-watchers congregating at Kenyir | New Straits Times | Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle News – nst.com.my
HULU TERENGGANU: From tomorrow, Terengganu’s Tasik Kenyir will be a meeting point for international bird and nature lovers for the sixth annual Kenyir Bird and Nature Quest.
Malaysia is a paradise for birders, photographers, and nature lovers. More than 750 bird species inhabit or migrate through Malaysia, whereas about 40 of them are considered endemic. The top birds of Malaysia include rhinoceros hornbills, Malayan peacock-pheasants, black pittas, dulit partridges, an …
There are many birding locations in Malaysia where birdwatchers and bird-photographers can enjoy observing the beautiful tropical birds of Malaysia.
4. Panti Bird Sanctuary, Johor Rail-Babbler. The Panti Bird Sanctuary in Kota Tinggi, Johor is a hotspot for birders in Malaysia as well as Singapore.
The hornbill Shangri-la, home to over 300 unique birds species, the rainforest of Belum Temenggor is an extraordinary birdwatching site and destination.
Niche shift in three foraging insectivorous birds in lowland Malaysian forest patches. – PubMed – NCBI
Behav Processes. 2018 Dec;157:73-79. doi: 10.1016/j.beproc.2018.09.001. Epub 2018 Sep 5.
CHUAN Ah Kau is a familiar face at the Taman Rimba Kiara, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur. The 74-year-old resident of Damansara Jaya drives to the park almost every evening to take photos of birds and and other wildlife.
Layang Layang Island Resort, Layang Layang Picture: Birds of Layang Layang – Check out TripAdvisor members’ 240 candid photos and videos.
Deep in the dense rainforest, a beautiful riff of bird song echoes in the distance, but the singer’s shadow is nowhere to be found.
Photographic identification guide to the 280 bird species most commonly seen in Malaysia (including the states of Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo)
This book showcases birds of the forests — lowland, montane, mangrove — of Peninsula Malaysia. Their choice as the subject matter is tied to their propensity to be “most endangered” due to their habitat’s rapid destruction.
Thanks pacman for your comment, and yes it is good to see birds from overseas. I went to the Bird Park in Singapore and I must say I enjoyed Fort Canning Park a whole lot more, which was a stones throw away from our hotel.
Attractions and activities. Formerly a pristine mangrove forest, the tropical forest plant crept in and matured after coastal construction caused the area to dry up.
These bird watching places near Kuala Lumpur are also divided into different habitats, for example, there are wetland birds, lowland birds, mangrove birds and sub-montane birds.
The hill resort of Fraser’s Hill in Malaysia is a favoured location amongst many seasoned travelling birders. Ex-pat birder Alister Benn explains why.
Did you know that Kinta Nature Park is a bird paradise visited by thousands of avid bird watchers and tourists from in and out of Malaysia?
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Last week, I had a whale of a time indulging in the popular waterfalls of Perak. I remember that it was such a scorching hot day that the cooling waters from the waterfall was so welcoming…
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