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Endemic Guides offer Eco Nature Tour which include Wildlife Tours (Elephant, Malayan Sunbear, Mouse Deer, Birding, Orangutan, Crocodile, Rhinoceroses as well as Proboscis monkey..etc), Nature Adventure (Cave Exploration, Jungle Trekking, Waterfall Trekking). We have many tours and information of the places in this website, please read slowly and decide where you want to go and what you want to see and experience the new stuff! 🙂
The Department of Wildlife and National Parks established Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Centre in 1989. The centre is a base for the Elephant Relocation Team, which began the elephant translocation programme in 1974.
Malaysia Side of Borneo (Sabah and Sarawak) still remains very big piece of virgin forest that home for many endemic species. However most of the place is difficult to access until recently the local government effort to convert some of the forest reserve to become national park, game reserve and conservation area
The rare capture of Male Mountain Peacock Peasant by our Guide Mr Lee kok chung
I was very impressed by Mr Lee and his knowledge of the birding sites and the special birds of Fraser’s Hill. I had a small target list of tricky birds and we did really well, seeing all except one of them. Mr Lee really tried hard and made the extra effort needed to find some difficult species. Finally seeing Rusty-naped Pitta after a lot of hard work was a real highlight. I would highly recommend him.
(1)Mountain Peacock Pheasant,2) Garnet Pitta, 3)Marble Wren Babbler, 4) Bamboo Woodpecker,5) Chestnut-naped Forktail, 6)Malaysian Partridge, 7) Rusty-naped Pitta, 8)Malayan Whistling Thrush , 9)Barred Eagle Owl)
Regards, Philip Rostron, UK (see over 9120++ Bird species,2015)
Dear Jen,I ve now been back in the UK for about 1 month much colder than KL! I have a very happy memory of a day s birding in December near KL with Lee who was a superb guide. By a strange coincidence I heard a talk recently by Roberta who had been on a birding tour in Sabah with Lee as guide. She was equally pleased in spite of persistent rain. I may well get to SE Asia now know a good place to get help birding!
Dear Jen,I just wanted to let you know what a marvellous guide Lee was.
He was courteous, patient, always on time and happy to tailor the programme to our needs. Above all he was a brilliant birder, one of the best I have ever met. He even got the hang of our strange British humour!
A belated thank you for taking me to Bukit Ringgit and Genting on 25th July.
White-throated Kingfisher; Edible Nest-Swiftlet; Zebra Dove; Common Myna; Stripe-throated Bulbul; Orange-bellied Flowerpecker; Spotted Dove; Scaly-breasted Munia (=Nutmeg Mannikin); Yellow-vented Bulbul; Pacific Swallow; Starling; Brown-throated Sunbird; Long-tailed Parakeet; Common Iora; White-rumped Munia; Red Jungle-Fowl; Oriental Magpie-Robin; Pied Fantail (pic); Banded Woodpecker (pic); Olive-winged Bulbul; Yellow-bellied Prinia; Large-billed Crow; Javan Myna. TOTAL: 23
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Hill Myna; Gold-whiskered Barbet; Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker; Oriental Pied Hornbill; Greater Racket-tailed Drongo; Black-bellied Malkoha; Common Flameback (Woodpecker); Ashy Tailorbird; Coppersmith Barbet. TOTAL: 9
Red-eyed Bulbul; Black-and-yellow Broadbill; Greater Coucal; Blue-eared Kingfisher; Black-thighed Falconet; Blue-crowned Hanging-Parrot; Black-naped Oriole; Raffles Malkoha TOTAL: 8
Red-billed Malkoha; Chestnut-breasted Malkoha; Scarlet-rumped Trogon; Diard Trogon; Buff-rumped Woodpecker; Ruby-cheeked Sunbird (f,m); Rufous Piculet; Maroon-breasted Monarch; Purple-naped Sunbird; Brown Barbet; Crimson-breasted Flowerpecker; Garnet Pitta; Crested Serpent-Eagle; Hairy-backed Bulbul; Rufescent Prinia; Cream-vented Bulbul; Rufous-tailed Tailorbird; Green Broadbill; [Black Hornbill]; Spectacled Bulbul; Blue-winged Leafbird; Green-winged Pigeon (Emerald Dove); Black-and-red Broadbill (2); Sooty-capped Babbler. 24
Rhinoceros Hornbill; White-bellied Swiftlet; Streaked Spiderhunter; Long-tailed Sibia; Common Tailorbird; Striped Tit-Babbler; Little Cuckoo-Dove; Black-browed Barbet; Chestnut-capped Laughing-Thrush; Bar-winged Flycatcher-Thrush; Sultan Tit; Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo; White-browed Shrike-Babbler; Black-crested Bulbul; Ochraceous Bulbul; Large Woodshrike; Mountain Fulvetta; Golden Babbler; Grey-throated Babbler; Green-billed Malkoha; Yellow-bellied Warbler; Orange-bellied Leafbird. 22
Long-tailed Macaque; Wild Boar; Pygmy Squirrel; Common Birdwing Butterfly; Jungle Nymph Butterfly; Dragon-Lizard; Spectacled Leaf-Monkey; Pig-tailed Macaque
Krystyna and I want to thank you so much for making our stay in Malaysia so memorable. 161 species in four days including some of the most difficult birds which we would have had no hope of seeing without your assistance. Tell your boss you are worth more money.
I just wanted to say thanks for the excellent trip last week. I really enjoyed myself and saw lots of wonderful new birds – highlights being the Garnet Pitta and Great Hornbill – when I tallied up there were 57 lifers in total!
Orang utans make nests in the trees out of twigs, leaves and small branches in which they sleep in at night. Usually they make a new nest every afternoon, sometimes resting during the day. Orangutans are solitary animal and their main diet consists of fruits, leaves, barks, shoots and birds’ egg.
Just a short email to say how much we enjoyed our trip to the Danum Valley, Kinabatangan and Sepilok which you arranged for us. We had a wonderful time with great experiences both on land and on the river, were extremely well looked after and had many superb wildlife sightings, including two orang utan Mothers in the wild with their young; one of them was making up her nest for the night and that was an extraordinary experience. All arrangements worked like clockwork, and I’d like to thank you for the efficiency and positive, helpful and friendly attitude with which we were met throughout our stay. Borneo is a beautiful country and I am sure I will be back one day and I will certainly recommend it, and your organisation, to friends who enjoy wild life holidays.
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