Observations by local birdwatchers and photographers over many weeks have confirmed that Malaysia’s high-elevation cloud forests are indeed part of the Rufous-headed Robin’s long sought-after wintering grounds.
Do we have robins in Malaysia?
At present, the Oriental Magpie-robin is only listed as a protected species under Sabah’s Wildlife Conservation Enactment 1997 but not in Peninsular Malaysia’s or Sarawak’s wildlife laws.
What kind of birds are in Malaysia?
- Ducks, geese, and waterfowl.
- Pheasants, grouse, and allies.
- Pigeons and doves.
- Nightjars and allies.
Are there eagles in Malaysia?
There are three species of eagles that can be found nesting in the trees along the river. These are the Brahminy Kite, White-bellied Fish Eagle and Crested Serpent Eagle. … However, the area and the river itself has a lot to offer visitors, particularly nature lovers.