Friday, August 1, 2014

Wildlife Crossing Sign and Pied Hornbill

Was using the trunk road less traveled from Kampung Paya Pulai to Pagoh when I stumbled across this Wildlife Crossing sign below. Glad to know the Malaysian Tapir is still alive and well in our forests!
 
 Also heard and recorded the Pied Hornbill in my hometown. It was an unexpected sighting since this a Hornbill species which I'd expected to see in forests and not in a residential area.Watch YouTube video of Pied Hornbill in Segamat 2014

1 comment:

  1. There does not appear to have any lighting along this trunk road. Glaring lights from the cars could be very distracting and harmful to the wild animals. Really hope this wildlife crossing sign can be seen by road users at night.

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