MNS’ mobile app aims to raise awareness on forest conservation


(l-r) Ahmad, Tan and Koh at the launch of the Malaysian Nature Society’s mobile application at its headquarters recently. — Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: Want to learn more about hornbills, birds, tapir, elephants and monkeys? Spotted a wildlife species in your backyard or housing area and want to make a report?

Now with just a click on a new mobile application developed by the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS), members of the public can educate themselves on forest conservation and environmental matters and report any related issue to the organisation.

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