Malaysian Nature Society Selangor Branch


on 10 Mar, 16:56

Earth Day 2017 at the MNS UCF

Date: Saturday, 22nd April 2017
Time: 9.00 a.m. – 11.00 a.m.
Venue: Urban Community Forest, MNS Headquarters, JKR 641, Jalan Kelantan, Bukit Persekutuan 50480 Kuala Lumpur

Come join volunteers from MNS Selangor Branch’s Flora Group and Green Living SIG at our Urban Community Forest (UCF) this Earth Day!
We will be clearing litter from the UCF Heritage Trail, the stream and the accessible parts of Federal Hill surrounding the MNS UCF, replanting and transplanting indigenous trees at the nursery and organising games and contests for volunteers.

Please bring:
1. Reusable / washable gardening gloves.
2. Litter-picking tools, if you have one.
3. A spade or trowel if you have one.
4. Sunblock.
5. Drinking water.
6. Mosquito repellent.
7. Any plant seeds / clippings to share with other volunteers or to plant in our UCF edible garden / nursery.
8. Preloved clothes, toys, bags and shoes in good condition for Green Living’s ongoing community projects.
9. Recyclables (including electronic waste and used batteries) for recycling.
10. Refreshments for yourself or to share with other volunteers.

Green Living will provide:
1. Rubbish bags and a few litter-picking tools.
2. Spades and gardening tools, but may not be enough for all participants.
3. Cotton/fabric gardening gloves.
4. Drinking water to refill your bottles with.
5. Light refreshments for volunteers.
6. Prizes, equipment and clues for an Earth Day Hunt to take place in the forest trails.

Please carpool or take public transport to the venue. Latecomers, newcomers, non-MNS members, school groups and clubs are all welcome. Please email for more information.

Thank you.

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on 29 Sep, 16:22

Post Processing Photographs

Post Processing Photographs
Past Event

Even with the sophistication of today’s cameras, not every shot comes out just as we would want it. Sometimes the composition is a bit off, or the exposure or colour is wrong. In other cases your photo may be a bit ordinary, but you have an idea for a different artistic approach to create a new exciting image.

What can you do?

In the past the answer involved hours of fume filled darkroom time. Today, powerful but inexpensive software will allow you to apply post processing techniques to your digital image and recover a lost photo or create a totally new image.

Join Stewart Forbes and the MNS Selangor Photo SIG as we explore ways to recover from photo glitches, enhance already fine pictures and create new visions as wild as your imagination will allow.

See the most powerful post processing tools in action and some of the latest photo manipulation applications that you can use to take your photography to a whole new level.

on 29 Sep, 16:08

Wildlife Photography Workshop during KL Eco Film Festival


Malaysia is still blessed by good biodiversity and ecosystem. We encourage Malaysian in general to appreciate the rich fauna and flora with this good ecosystem that we have inherited and one of the ways to do that is to document them in photography.

Alex Foong and George Ng are from the Malaysian Nature Society Photo Group (Selangor Branch). They have been very active documenting the wildlife in Malaysia and would like to share their passion with you all. Most of the images are captured in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak. Besides sharing the camera equipments used for wildlife photography, the 2 speakers would also like to share on the techniques employed to bring back the shot.

Duration of the workshop: 1 hour 15 minutes

Maximum number of the participants: 30 people

Fee: RM 15 per pax

Please register at or

Fuller details of the Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival (KLEFF)​ events and workshops :,-workshops-talks.html

on 29 Sep, 16:01

Nature & Wildlife Photography Sharing @ KL Photography Festival, Mid Valley Convention Centre, Room 1, Hall 1

Nature photography and conservation often go hand in hand. Many conservationists started photographing landscapes and wildlife in an effort to help gain support for their cause. Nature photographers can see the impact their photographs could have, inspiring people to want to help the environment. Photographing wildlife living in their natural habitat has been a way to bring a little bit of nature to people’s living rooms and teach people more about the other inhabitants of our planet. MNS President, Henry Goh will be sharing his photography passion with the public during KLPF.
Come and lend your support to our President and do drop by our booth too to say Hi or volunteer with us from 9 to 11 Oct 2015. Please email to Alex Foong at to volunteer.



on 28 Aug, 12:02

Talk: Fossil orangutan and other prehistoric mammals of Peninsular Malaysia

Talk: Fossil orangutan and other prehistoric mammals of Peninsular Malaysia
Past Event

We have animal fossils here in Peninsular Malaysia?? Yes we do! Come and find out more at this talk by Lim Tze Tshen.

  • Date: 6th September 2014 (Saturday)
  • Time: 2.30 P.M
  • Location: Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) Auditorium
    Click on this link for the map:
  • Registration: Please reserve your seat by registration with Non-members are welcome.

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As a follow up to the talk, we will go check out some actual fossils at the UM Museum of Zoology!

More details:

Do join us at the new MNS Malaysian Nature Society Selangor Branch Facebook page!

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