Year of Project: 2009
Trees Planted:40,000

The Pin-Supu Forest Reserve is the largest and most significant single tract of forest along the Lower Kinabatangan River in Borneo, Malaysia. It hosts all seven lowland … Read More

Kinabatangan Wetland Habitat Restoration Project

Year Planted: 2009
Trees Planted: 40,000
Location: Malaysia

The Pin-Supu Forest Reserve is the largest and most significant single tract of forest along the Lower Kinabatangan River in Borneo, Malaysia. It hosts all seven lowland forest types of the area and representatives of all lowland bird and wildlife species of Borneo. This project will plant 40,000 trees with the involvement of local community. Additional beneficiares will include orangutans, gibbon and bird species like hornbills.


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Kinabatangan Wetland Habitat Restoration Project

Year Planted: 2009
Trees Planted: 40,000
Location: Malaysia

The Pin-Supu Forest Reserve is the largest and most significant single tract of forest along the Lower Kinabatangan River in Borneo, Malaysia. It hosts all seven lowland forest types of the area and representatives of all lowland bird and wildlife species of Borneo. This project will plant 40,000 trees with the involvement of local community. Additional beneficiares will include orangutans, gibbon and bird species like hornbills.



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