Batu Gajah

Wildlife Sanctuary/Reserve


  • State
  • Organization
    Department of Wildlife and National Parks
  • Governance Type
    Type A - Governance by government
  • IUCN Category
  • Status
  • Area Gazetted
    1.400 Ha
  • Area Calculated
  • Total Area
    1.400 Ha
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Wild Life Reserve. Gazetted under the Wild Animals and Birds Protection Enactment (Section 7).
The area delineated by the current boundary as provided by DWNP for is 1.42ha instead of 4.45ha as gazetted. Attempt to reconstruct the original boundary of the bird sanctuary was not successful due to insufficient information (most of the area surrounding the 1.42ha are now alienated land). Until the area is resurveyed, the size for this area will be reported as 1.42ha.


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