Today JungleWalla organized Hornbill observation collaboration with 66 students over 2 days periods from International School of Hong Kong for a hornbill observation project. We started the project at very early in the morning at 6.30am, where the first meeting point was at the foothill of Gunung Raya. All the participants were divided to 11 groups with three students and one facilitator in each group. The group was placed along the way to the top of Gunung Raya with the first observation started at 7.00am until 9.30am. The journey started at 7.00am where we have to looking around for any hornbill passing by or perch on the tree surround.
Langkawi Butterfly Discovery Tours: Treasures on Wings
Langkawi Islands is home to over 500 species of butterflies. This number is quite awesome as larger countries like Australia and Sri Lanka and even Singapore have a considerably lower number of species as compared to Langkawi.
Why do birds migrate? Why would they leave their comfortable home in Europe to head thousands of miles to the south and face hazards along the way? There are several possible reasons why they have to do it.
Junglewalla hosted a Canadian International school based in China, comprising of students their respective teachers as well as representatives from an adventure group based in Hong Kong. The activity conducted for them was a tree planting initiative.