Turn Ulu Muda into national park


Many are concerned about logging activities within the Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, one of Kedahs most important water catchment forests. The Muda and Pedu dams (seen here in the distance) are the major collection points for clean water, filtered along the drainage basin.

THE Ulu Muda forest (pic) in north-east Kedah has for a long time served the important function of harvesting rain for three dams – Muda, Pedu and Ahning.

It is the last remaining forest of over 160,000ha in peninsular Malaysia that is rich in flora and fauna. The wildlife there includes many large and rare mammalian species, reptiles, birds, and etc.

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