Introduction to Birdwatching by MNS Malaysia

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Malaysia Introduction to Birdwatching

An introduction to birdwatching by MNS Malaysia will be held at the Taman Botani Perdana or KL Botanical Gardens, formerly known as Taman Tasik Perdana or KL Lake Gardens, this December 2022.

This event is open to the public and would be an excellent opportunity to bring along family and friends to get up close and personal with birds and nature. This activity is suitable for both young and old. It doesn’t matter if you do not have any knowledge, as the program will introduce birding to everyone.

Introduction to Birdwatching by MNS Malaysia

This birdwatching introduction has been organised a few times by MNS and is a successful program that has taught many beginners about birds and birding in general. Especially for those who have an interest in learning about this fun hobby.

Birdwatching for Beginners
A kid being introduced to birdwatching in Malaysia.

Birdwatching, or birding, is observing birds as a recreational activity or as a form of citizen science. A birdwatcher may observe using their naked eye, using a visual enhancement device like binoculars or a telescope, or listening for bird sounds.

Please bring binoculars if you have a pair, drinking water, light snacks, sunblock, an umbrella and mosquito repellent. Come dressed in dull-coloured clothing, a hat, and comfortable walking shoes.

Introduction to Birdwatching
Date: 18 Dec 22, Sunday
Time: 7.30 am to 12 noon
Meeting Point: Multi-storey car park between Jalan Tanglin and Jalan Cenderawasih
GPS Coordinates: 3.147813, 101.686764

Pre-registration is compulsory.

For further details, please text En. Ashraf Anuar Zaini at 012-2907565 or Ms Shea Hong at 012-7113552.

MNS Introduction to Bird Watching
Children try out birdwatching using binoculars.


This introduction to birdwatching is highly suitable and one of the best ways to learn about birding from professionals in this field. Birding sees no age; therefore, everyone can do it.

If you have wondered why you sometimes see people with binoculars or cameras with long lenses getting excited when they see birds, this is what birding or birdwatching is all about.

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