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Status Overview and Recommendations for the Conservation of Milky Stork Mycteria cinerea in Malaysia Final report of the 2004/2006 Milky Stork field surveys in the Matang Mangrove Forest, Perak.

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By: David Li Zuo Wei, Siti Hawa Yatim, John Howes and Rahmah Ilias
64 pages, colour photos, tables, map
Status Overview and Recommendations for the Conservation of Milky Stork Mycteria cinerea in Malaysia
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  • Status Overview and Recommendations for the Conservation of Milky Stork Mycteria cinerea in Malaysia ISBN: 9789834096090 Paperback Dec 2006 In stock
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The Milky Stork population in Malaysia has undergone a decline of more than 90% over the last 20 years. Not more than 10 birds remain in the Matang Mangrove Forest. Correspondingly, the total number of wintering waterbirds at Matang has declined be between 75 and 95% over a 10 to 17 year period.

11 recommendations are proposed in this report to conserve the Milky Stork and its habitat in the Matang Mangrove Forest and adjacent coastal areas.

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By: David Li Zuo Wei, Siti Hawa Yatim, John Howes and Rahmah Ilias
64 pages, colour photos, tables, map
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