Birds of Tembeling Hornbill Valley

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  • 2022
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Tembeling Hornbill Valley located near to the Taman Negara National Park, possessed one of the most beautiful tropical rainforest for sightseeing and bird watching in Pahang, east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It was officially endorsed by Bird Group Taman Negara (BGTN) in 2012 to support conservation of nature and natural resources by promoting bird watching and counting. With the support from government agencies, non-government organisations (NGOs) and local communities, 'Bird Counts' activity is been organised yearly. Tembeling Hornbill Valley has a potential to be gazetted as either Protected Area (PA) or Important Bird Area (IBA). This booklet provides a full checklist of birds in this area which can be used for the bird lovers and nature lovers.


Birds of Tembeling Hornbill Valley, 2022. Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, Malaysia. pp. 75.

Species   34 records

by Kingdom Species
  • Animals 34
  • Total 34
by IUCN Status Species
  • Near Threatened 4
  • Least Concern 30
  • Total 34
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