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MNS Langkawi Outing – Ulu Muda: Date: 29

MNS Langkawi Outing – Ulu Muda: Date: 29 November to 1 December 2013.
Detail info : http://ow.ly/pLt55

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MNS Langkawi Outing – Ulu Muda

Date: 29 November to 1 December 2013.

ITINERARY

Experiencing the Wilds of Ulu Muda
3 days/2 nights Package*

Day One Meet Lake Muda Jetty
Boat ride to Earth Lodge at Kuala Labua (approx. 1 1/2hrs)
Settle in, etc
Visit salt licks (Sira Bongor and/or Sira Keladi)
Tea
Free and easy
Dinner

Day Two Breakfast
Trek to Bukit Labu (2 hours hike)
Visit caves at Bukit Labu
Lunch by the river
Trek back to camp
Tea
Wildlife cruise
Birding, free and easy
Dinner

Day Three Wildlife Cruise
Breakfast
Visit Sira Ayer Hangat
Pack
Leave Earth Lodge by Boat
Visit Tualang Tree where wild honey is collected (seasonal / if available)
Back at Lake Muda Jetty

End of trip

*This is a suggested program and is subject to change without prior notice.
Lunch at the Jetty

Price
RM500 per person in Dorm
RM700 per person in twin sharing room

Package include boat transfers, dorm accommodation, all meals, activities, guide and government permit. price is quoted ex muda lake jetty and is only valid for fully paid-up MNS members only. minimum booking 4 pax. comfortable maximum 16 pax.

Not including: Return transfers to Langkawi, return transfers between Kuala Kedah / Kuala Perlis to Muda Lake Jetty.

Booking on First Come First Served Basis.
Please email confirmation of participation to mnslangkawi@gmail.com

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Awareness on Marine Mammals workshop

Join the upcoming workshop on marine mammal awareness in Penang Island.

LOCAL COMMUNITY AWARENESS AND PARTICIPATION IN MARINE MAMMAL CONSERVATION IN
PENANG ISLAND, MALAYSIA

SEPTEMBER 11TH AND 12TH 2013
CENTRE FOR MARINE AND COASTAL STUDIES (CEMACS)
UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA

The workshop will be discussing specifically how to identify species of dolphins, what the public can do during a dolphin encounter and guidelines for sustainable dolphin watching. There currently four species of dolphins, so far positively identified in Penang namely the Irrawaddy dolphin, Indo-pacific humpback dolphin, Finless porpoise and Indo-pacific bottlenose dolphin.We will also highlight the occurrence of the smooth coated otter also frequently found in Penang waters.

Below is the secretariat contact and tentative program for further details.
Workshop Secretariat
Local Community awareness and Participation In Marine Mammal Conservation In Penang Island, Malaysia
Centre for Marine and Coastal Studies,
Universiti Sains Malaysia.

Mandy Chee
Tel no : 04-8852750
Fax  no: 04-8852751

Awareness on Marine Mammals

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MNS mission is to promote the study, appreciation, conservation and protection of Malaysia’s natural heritage, focusing on biological diversity and sustainable developments.

MNS Langkawi Committee 2013-2014

Chairman: Mr.Eric Sinnaya
Vice Chairman: Mr.Vijayndran Muniandy
Secretary: Ms.Daisy Samuel
Treasurer: Mr.M.Suresh Kumar Ratnani
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