Book Sale - The Plant and Bird Life of Byram
2 Nov 2016
Byram mangrove forest with a land area of 240 ha is considered as a degraded mangrove forest. However, the union of different elements, both man-made and natural – the rubbish dump, effluent ponds, intermittent semi-submerged skeletal trees, a mangrove estuary – somehow works in harmony to attract a number of bird species to such a small area. Famously known to avid bird watcher as the Pulau Burung Landfill Site, this semi-aerobic landfill is located in the Byram mangrove forest. Byram mangrove forest is part and parcel of this unique ecosystem................
The detail on the book can be viewed here: http://www.penerbit.usm.my/?p=1129
One of the author, Mohd Abdul Muin Md. Akil is our MNS member, would like to offer a discounted price of RM80/book (softcover only) to all MNS members.
Member who is interested, kindly contact Muin; email@example.com.