Photo 5 Of Tales By Lens Takeover Education For Su..


Photo 5 of Tales by Lens takeover Education for Sustainable Development Malaysia by Arhwin Kalai


Look closely, and you will find that there are two very similar but different little brown birds. One is the Eurasian Tree-Sparrow, Malaysia’s most common bird, and the other is the Scaly-breasted Munia. Both birds typically feed on grains and various types of grasses. The Eurasian Tree-Sparrow has adapted well to the urban environment and is more commonly found in our backyard.


Location: Public park in Taman Jaya


It’s been a great journey sharing all my photos with everyone. Thank you Education for Sustainable Development Malaysia and WWF-Malaysia for this opportunity and don’t forget to follow @arhwin and my hashtag #arhwinsnaturelog to find out more about my photography work.


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WWF-Malaysia is a national conservation trust that currently runs conversation projects covering a diverse range of environmental protection & nature conservation in Malaysia. Our mission is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

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