Shoring up shorebird protection in Malaysia

A flock of common redshanks. — Shorebirds Peninsular Malaysia Project

A MICROSITE with information on over 70 species of shorebirds in Malaysia, and their specific locations in the country, has been launched.

The microsite was introduced during a series of bird conservation awareness activities held on Feb 2, 2024, at Sungai Tembus, Penang, in conjunction with World Wetlands Day.

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