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iGossip by Rizal: --> Jom Tengok Pusaran <b>di Tanjung Tuan</b>!

Posted: 03 Feb 2012 12:47 AM PST


It was the a program held my Administration of Students Affair of IPG-International Languages Campus. The main program was kayaking and we had to pay RM35 each. Unfortunately I couldn't find any photo during kayaking activity.
Early in the morning...our journey took more than an hour from KL to Port Dickson. We stopped for a while at petrol station to withdraw money and buy snacks.
At time we arrived, the shore was empty, surut habis...haha, so we had to wait for the sea level to rise. I hate tide lol. Only then, we were able to do kayaking.
 Srikandi...All of them are now teaching; Kajian Sosial and French.
The Otai...The guy in blue is Mr. Thahir Kamaruzzaman. He was once the officer at the administration and he retired last year. Such a great, humble and friendly man.
 Me...Muhamad Rizal bin Sadiman.
We were on our way heading towards Tanjung Tuan or Cape Rachado (the name was given by the Portuguese) to see the famous legendary 'pusaran' or whirlpool.
The front gate of Tanjung Tuan. We were supposed to pay RM1 each but we were lucky that day for not needing to pay the entrance fee. Alhamdulillah...
 This is the lighthouse of Tanjung Tuan.
We were very happy after 20 minutes of walking. The weather was totally hot! The sun was very mean that day but we were meaner lol. By making this far was an achievement of a lifetime haha.
Can you see the whirlpools? I couldn't, so unfortunate. According to myth, there was a fisherman managed to get through the brutal whirlpools. He was the only one who survived while the others were nowhere to be found. They all went messing. The whirlpoosl is said to be brutally rotate during fool moon. Hair-raising ha?
 Some of us were posing like models of the magazine.
 While some were just sitting overthere, doing nothing; we were actually hiding for the sunlight.
 Heading back to the shore.
The final blow is the photo of us together. There we 40 of us actually but some couldn't make here. Anyway, thanks to Aman Rasidi for the photos. It was a splendid experience indeed.

Wanna know more about Port Dickson and this awesome spot, do visit this travel blog; Travelog air & sha.

Hope you get it...till then, that is how
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My Birding field trips: Raptor Census at <b>Tanjung Tuan</b>, Malaysia

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 07:10 AM PDT

The company that I work required us to utilise our previous year carried forward leave before 31st of March. It has being a few years already I use a big portion of my carried forward leave as field trips to participate in conservation of raptors through monitoring.
Raptor comes from a Latin word rapere that means to seize, to grap by force. Raptor is a term use for birds that have good eyesight for accurate judgement of distance for landing and hunting. They also have strong talons, strong curved beak, strong legs for catching, holding food and to tear flesh.
The purpose of research on migrating raptors through monitoring this long term migratory raptor census project is collate information on migratory raptor populations, species, it's flight strategies on weather conditions. Over the years of data information collated will then able to make a better analysis does it's flight patterns behaviour, populations are affected by the environmental factors. The intresting part is others countries who are in the migratory raptors flyway are also doing this type of survey and monitoring. The data collated by each country will then be combine and compile for a better information and knowledge necessary for conservation of raptors and their habitats.
Raptors migratory patterns and it's populations is a good yardstick of the health of our ecosystem environment. A healthy ecosystem is a good indicator availabilities of adequate food source and fresh water for all.
Where is the best site for Raptor migratory monitoring in Malaysia for spring migration?
At present we able to indentify that Tg Tuan or formally known as Cape Rachado.
The meaning of Spring migration.
Spring migration is bird in big population migrate long distance flying north bound in the spring to breed. Food source is the primary motivation for migration. The longer days of the northen hemispher sumner provide extended time for breeding birds to feed their young.


As migration is energy intensive the fly route are normally shaped by geographical, ecological, and even meteorological factors. Flyways normally is along mountain ranges or coastlines this is due the birds could have the advantage of updrafts and other wind patterns. If possible they will avoid large stretches of open water (sea).


What is the Best time to watch the raptors at Tanjung Tuan.
In order to conserve energy to cross the open sea the raptors will use the fly path of Pulau Rupat, Indonesia that is about 38km distance from Tg Tuan. As raptors are large they require thermals to assist them to glide without using much energy to continous flapping their wings, the timeframe windows on a good condusive weather for migration is between 11am till 4pm.
The waiting time for migratory raptors, you could observe the others residence birds and wildlife that residece in that small green lung.












This year the 42 days counting starts from Feb bring a final score of 57,128 raptors fly past Tg Tuan.
Oriental Honey Buzzard- 53,040
Japanese Sparrowhawk - 152
Does the raptors migratory patterns and it's population impacted by the changes on global weather conditions and natural dissaster? If you are a birder based in Malaysia do spare some days as a volunteering basis to assist Raptor Census at Tg Tuan.
Your small contribution and effort will leads us the answers for the above. The census are carry out yearly from Mid February till April.
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Dig deep: 10 - 13th March 2012: Raptor Watch, <b>Tanjung Tuan</b>

Posted: 15 Mar 2012 06:10 PM PDT

Compared to last year, this year's pilgrimage was a decidedly low key affair. The weather conditions conspired against getting many good photos, so, for a better idea of the event and its birds, have a browse through 12-13th, 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th March 2011.

On the 10th, the entire day produced only 17 Grey-faced Buzzards, including this juvenile.

We were glad of the opportunity to watch any bird that would show itself, such as this immature Black-naped Oriole...

...and a Blue-throated Bee-eater.

After a while, even these disappeared, so we resorted to looking at pictures of raptors...

...And people HOPING to get pictures of raptors!

Thankfully, the 11th was a lot better! We counted over 5,300 Oriental Honey-buzzards, though wind and lighting conditions were still not in favour of the photographers!

The best of a bad bunch - a male, two females and a juv. I got much better pics last year!

The star of the day was a dark morph Booted Eagle.

The pictures would have been a lot better if I hadn't had the camera on the wrong settings! Still - it happens, and there will be others...

This Barn Swallow seemed to think it was hilarious!

The 12th was a new low - just one OHB all day, but fortunately, we had made the decision not to sit at the lighthouse. Instead we had a lazy day in the garden and by the beach, when I trained my camera on some of the common birds I usually overlook.

Asian Glossy Starling, Brown Shrike, Spotted Dove and Yellow-vented Bulbul, all taken with coffee in John and Ting Howes' front garden!

A pair of Oriental Magpie-robins coming to take scraps as we lunched at the Yacht Club!

At dusk we went to check out a green-pigeon roost hoping for Orange-breasted. No luck, but we did observe this male Pink-necked apparently eating mud from the foreshore - can anyone explain it? Perhaps taking mineral supplements?

A female Pink-necked Green-pigeon preparing to roost in Rhizophora.

So that was it for Raptor Watch this year. We were fortunate to have one 'big day', and it made us realize what exceptional fortune we'd had last year!

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Raptor Watch 2012 by MNS

Posted: 25 Mar 2012 11:35 AM PDT

RW, organised by the Malaysian Nature Society, is a festival to celebrate the return of the migratory birds of prey or better known as raptors on their journey back to their breeding grounds in the northern hemisphere. RW is a public event meant to raise awareness on the conservation of raptors and their habitats.

RW is held annually on the first weekend of March. For the year 2012 the event is held on March 10 & 11 (Saturday & Sunday).

However, the spring raptor migration actually begins in mid February and lasts till mid April. For those who are not able to come to the RW, you can still come anytime within this period to see the birds. Over the years of monitoring, MNS has discovered that the peak period to watch the most number of birds is the first weekend of March.

An opportunity for all

RW is an opportunity for the general public to witness one of nature's most exquisite offerings. Raptors migrate southward to escape the bitter cold of the northern winters and make the same venturous journey back during spring to their breeding grounds in temperate Asia.

Visit their Website at HERE for more information.

For Tanjung Tuan

One of the main objectives of RW is to ensure the continued conservation of Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve by promoting RW as a national eco-tourism event.

During the spring migration, thousands of raptors can be seen flying across the Straits of Malacca. Having to use massive amount of energy flying across the Straits of Malacca, the raptors will be flying low at the event site making it possible to have a good view of these magnificent birds.

Tanjung Tuan has been listed as an important raptor site by BirdLife International, National Geographic Society and Hawkmountain.

But for many years Tanjung Tuan has been facing a development threat. The sea front of Tanjung Tuan is expensive real estate. As Tanjung Tuan is an extension of the Port Dickson holidaying coasts, its value as a vacation spot is high. For many years plans after plans were drawn by local authorities to develop Tanjung Tuan. And throughout these years, Malaysian Nature Society has been striving to keep Tanjung Tuan intact.

The need to conserve Tanjung Tuan was mainly for the migratory raptors. Tanjung Tuan is an important stop over site for migratory raptors after crossing the Straits of Malacca. It provides food for the raptors as well as a resting spot. For raptors arriving late in the evening, it provides shelter for the night before they take off for flight the next day. Without Tanjung Tuan, many raptors may never make it back, due to exhaustion and lack of food.

The conservation of Tanjung Tuan is also important for its surrounding marine life and its forest growth. The trees in Tanjung Tuan acts a gene bank for tropical timber trees and the waters of Tanjung Tuan is rich with coral and sea-grass, both important for green turtles that lay eggs in secluded beaches of Tanjung Tuan.

RW is organized by Malaysia Nature Society

Malaysian Nature Society
JKR 641 Jalan Kelantan, Bukit Persekutuan
50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +603 – 2287 9422
Fax: +603 – 2287 8773
URL: www.mns.my

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Sayang Melaka: Nature Attraction: <b>Tanjung Tuan</b> Recreational Forest

Posted: 22 Apr 2012 07:34 AM PDT


Tanjung Tuan Recreational Forest is located in the administrative area of Alor Gajah Municipal Council (MPAG) and is bordered with Port Dickson in Negeri Sembilan. It is about 20 minutes by bus from Melaka Town. The beach is a newly established recreational area for the whole family.
Various activities can be done here such as picnicking, boat riding, kite flying and swimming. There are services like horse riding but it is chargeable.
Every morning, local residence from the vicinity come to the beach to catch 'geragau shrimp' (a very tiny shrimp), which is in abundance from August to October. This activity is seasonal according to the monsoon wind.
'Geragau' shrimp is very popular among local people in Melaka. They are made into 'belacan' (shrimp paste) and 'cencalok' (shrimp sauce).
Every Sunday from 4.30pm to 6.30pm, there is a free "Dondang Sayang" performance. There is also a lot of food and fruits stall along the beach. This beach promises serenity and tranquility to relieve stress after a hard week of work.
The star attraction here in Tanjung Tuan, the light house was built by the British in the 18th century on the highest point of the cape. The site of the light house is said to be the same site where an old light house was built by the Portuguese during their occupation of Melaka in the 16th century which was later destroyed in a war. It is the oldest lighthouse in the country and is still in use today. 
In the 1990s, a radar for monitoring purposes of crossings by large ships was installed in the light house. On a bright and clear day, one can see Sumatra Island across the Straits of Melaka.
The lighthouse is not open to visitors, nevertheless the keeper is more than willing to bring visitors for a tour if one were to request. There are 66 flight of steps leading to the lighthouse. To reach the peak of the lighthouse, one has to climb 72 flight of steps. The lighthouse is controlled by the Shahbandar of Melaka as Tanjung Tuan is a territory of Melaka even though it is located in Port Dickson (Negeri Sembilan).
Enjoy the good view from the top of the hill overlooking the Straits of Melaka where the light house is located. From this vantage point, one can see the town of Port Dickson and the outline of Indonesia's Sumatra across the Straits of Melaka.
While you are here, try to use your imagination skill to create the numerous fighting scenes between the Portuguese and Dutch armadas in the sea below that took place over 500 years ago.
Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve
The entrance to Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve is right at the mouth of PNB Ilham Resort. The forest is worth checking out since it's chockful of forest birds and there's a lighthouse at the very end of the trail. 
During March every year, birders from all over Asia and world would descend upon Tanjung Tuan to watch thousands of raptors fly overhead from the Straits of Melaka. 
Red-Eyed Bulbuls (Pycnonotus brunneus)
Birding spots around PNB Ilham Resort :
1) Observatory Tower at PNB Iham Resort - You can watch raptors glide on warm thermals during the hot noon hour. Bird's eye view of tanjung Tuan from here.
2) Tanjung Tuan Lighthouse - Lots of Olive-Winged Bulbuls over here. There is a guide to raptors right at the top over here. Visitors can spot the usual sparrowhawks during migratory season. Or, if you're not into birds, you can see the narrowest point of the Straits over here.
3) Jungle Trails in the Nature Reserve - Lots of forest birds species.
Tanjung Tuan Wildlife Santuary
The Tanjung Tuan Wildlife Santuary is located half way between the main entrance of the Tanjung Tuan Recreational Forest and the peak of the hill where the lighthouse is located.
Dusky Langurs or Dusky Leaf-Monkeys (Trachypithecus obscurus)
The local Long-tailed Macaques (Macaca fascicularis)

Here, you'll find monkeys in group along the way but if you venture further in the jungle trail, you'll be able to sample some of the coastal hilly rainforests' flora and fauna. For easy navigation, the jungle trails are clearly marked.

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Raptor Watch 2012 by MNS

Posted: 25 Mar 2012 11:35 AM PDT

RW, organised by the Malaysian Nature Society, is a festival to celebrate the return of the migratory birds of prey or better known as raptors on their journey back to their breeding grounds in the northern hemisphere. RW is a public event meant to raise awareness on the conservation of raptors and their habitats.

RW is held annually on the first weekend of March. For the year 2012 the event is held on March 10 & 11 (Saturday & Sunday).

However, the spring raptor migration actually begins in mid February and lasts till mid April. For those who are not able to come to the RW, you can still come anytime within this period to see the birds. Over the years of monitoring, MNS has discovered that the peak period to watch the most number of birds is the first weekend of March.

An opportunity for all

RW is an opportunity for the general public to witness one of nature's most exquisite offerings. Raptors migrate southward to escape the bitter cold of the northern winters and make the same venturous journey back during spring to their breeding grounds in temperate Asia.

Visit their Website at HERE for more information.

For Tanjung Tuan

One of the main objectives of RW is to ensure the continued conservation of Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve by promoting RW as a national eco-tourism event.

During the spring migration, thousands of raptors can be seen flying across the Straits of Malacca. Having to use massive amount of energy flying across the Straits of Malacca, the raptors will be flying low at the event site making it possible to have a good view of these magnificent birds.

Tanjung Tuan has been listed as an important raptor site by BirdLife International, National Geographic Society and Hawkmountain.

But for many years Tanjung Tuan has been facing a development threat. The sea front of Tanjung Tuan is expensive real estate. As Tanjung Tuan is an extension of the Port Dickson holidaying coasts, its value as a vacation spot is high. For many years plans after plans were drawn by local authorities to develop Tanjung Tuan. And throughout these years, Malaysian Nature Society has been striving to keep Tanjung Tuan intact.

The need to conserve Tanjung Tuan was mainly for the migratory raptors. Tanjung Tuan is an important stop over site for migratory raptors after crossing the Straits of Malacca. It provides food for the raptors as well as a resting spot. For raptors arriving late in the evening, it provides shelter for the night before they take off for flight the next day. Without Tanjung Tuan, many raptors may never make it back, due to exhaustion and lack of food.

The conservation of Tanjung Tuan is also important for its surrounding marine life and its forest growth. The trees in Tanjung Tuan acts a gene bank for tropical timber trees and the waters of Tanjung Tuan is rich with coral and sea-grass, both important for green turtles that lay eggs in secluded beaches of Tanjung Tuan.

RW is organized by Malaysia Nature Society

Malaysian Nature Society
JKR 641 Jalan Kelantan, Bukit Persekutuan
50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +603 – 2287 9422
Fax: +603 – 2287 8773
URL: www.mns.my

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Sayang Melaka: Nature Attraction: <b>Tanjung Tuan</b> Recreational Forest

Posted: 22 Apr 2012 07:34 AM PDT


Tanjung Tuan Recreational Forest is located in the administrative area of Alor Gajah Municipal Council (MPAG) and is bordered with Port Dickson in Negeri Sembilan. It is about 20 minutes by bus from Melaka Town. The beach is a newly established recreational area for the whole family.
Various activities can be done here such as picnicking, boat riding, kite flying and swimming. There are services like horse riding but it is chargeable.
Every morning, local residence from the vicinity come to the beach to catch 'geragau shrimp' (a very tiny shrimp), which is in abundance from August to October. This activity is seasonal according to the monsoon wind.
'Geragau' shrimp is very popular among local people in Melaka. They are made into 'belacan' (shrimp paste) and 'cencalok' (shrimp sauce).
Every Sunday from 4.30pm to 6.30pm, there is a free "Dondang Sayang" performance. There is also a lot of food and fruits stall along the beach. This beach promises serenity and tranquility to relieve stress after a hard week of work.
The star attraction here in Tanjung Tuan, the light house was built by the British in the 18th century on the highest point of the cape. The site of the light house is said to be the same site where an old light house was built by the Portuguese during their occupation of Melaka in the 16th century which was later destroyed in a war. It is the oldest lighthouse in the country and is still in use today. 
In the 1990s, a radar for monitoring purposes of crossings by large ships was installed in the light house. On a bright and clear day, one can see Sumatra Island across the Straits of Melaka.
The lighthouse is not open to visitors, nevertheless the keeper is more than willing to bring visitors for a tour if one were to request. There are 66 flight of steps leading to the lighthouse. To reach the peak of the lighthouse, one has to climb 72 flight of steps. The lighthouse is controlled by the Shahbandar of Melaka as Tanjung Tuan is a territory of Melaka even though it is located in Port Dickson (Negeri Sembilan).
Enjoy the good view from the top of the hill overlooking the Straits of Melaka where the light house is located. From this vantage point, one can see the town of Port Dickson and the outline of Indonesia's Sumatra across the Straits of Melaka.
While you are here, try to use your imagination skill to create the numerous fighting scenes between the Portuguese and Dutch armadas in the sea below that took place over 500 years ago.
Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve
The entrance to Tanjung Tuan Forest Reserve is right at the mouth of PNB Ilham Resort. The forest is worth checking out since it's chockful of forest birds and there's a lighthouse at the very end of the trail. 
During March every year, birders from all over Asia and world would descend upon Tanjung Tuan to watch thousands of raptors fly overhead from the Straits of Melaka. 
Red-Eyed Bulbuls (Pycnonotus brunneus)
Birding spots around PNB Ilham Resort :
1) Observatory Tower at PNB Iham Resort - You can watch raptors glide on warm thermals during the hot noon hour. Bird's eye view of tanjung Tuan from here.
2) Tanjung Tuan Lighthouse - Lots of Olive-Winged Bulbuls over here. There is a guide to raptors right at the top over here. Visitors can spot the usual sparrowhawks during migratory season. Or, if you're not into birds, you can see the narrowest point of the Straits over here.
3) Jungle Trails in the Nature Reserve - Lots of forest birds species.
Tanjung Tuan Wildlife Santuary
The Tanjung Tuan Wildlife Santuary is located half way between the main entrance of the Tanjung Tuan Recreational Forest and the peak of the hill where the lighthouse is located.
Dusky Langurs or Dusky Leaf-Monkeys (Trachypithecus obscurus)
The local Long-tailed Macaques (Macaca fascicularis)

Here, you'll find monkeys in group along the way but if you venture further in the jungle trail, you'll be able to sample some of the coastal hilly rainforests' flora and fauna. For easy navigation, the jungle trails are clearly marked.

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Menara Kehidupan: <b>Tanjung Tuan</b> dan Pantai Halimunan di Port <b>...</b>

Posted: 12 Feb 2012 06:50 PM PST

 Lepas dari Pantai Pengkalan Balak kami menuju ke Tanjung Tuan Port Dickson pula. Maka kami ni pun berjala sajer la gamaknya bila bercuti.... Nama pun Cuti2x Malaysia.... Kat sana dah ada kawan satu tempat kerja yang menunggu sebab diorang nak berkemah di situ... Kami ni bawak anak kecik setakat singgah je la... lepak2x kejap kami pun terus pulang.....Ok la... Kat sini kami tak mandi manda pun... sebab dah letih nak salinkan pakaian anak2x... (bunyi macam kejam jee.... haaa3x) baju basah diorang pun dah penuh satu beg plastik. Punya la best ni kat tanjung tuan.... jom kita layan suasana di sana.....Masa kami sampai semua kawan opis tengah kepenatan berbasikal untuk ke Port Dickson... kami sampai pun sekadar lepak2x bersama rakan-rakan....ada yang berbasikal.... dan juga ada yang bersama keluarga...Kami pula memang dah tak larat nak mandi dah...

Hutan Rekreasi yang terdapat di Tanjung Tuan......... Memang best kalau buat jungle tracking dalam ni.... setakat pergi dengan anak2x kecik letih la jawabnyaaa....

Rumah Api yang terdapat di  Tanjung Tuan... Lama dah wujudnya rumah api ni untuk panduan mereka yang berlayar di Selat Melaka.

Rakan-rakan Opis yang hendak berkemah di sana.... Aku balik dahh laaa... binik aku kompem tarik muka kalau aku nak lepak dengan diorang... haaaa3x...

Pastu kita nikmati pemandangan Pantai Halimunan di Tanjung Tuan.... Memang cun la pantai ni... privacy sungguh.... tak ramai orang datang sini........ jom kita lihat pemandangan indah di sini.......

Begitu lah lebih kurang keindahan alam yang terdapat di Tanjung Tuan... Member2x opis aku terus berkemah dan bermalam di sana..... aku balik dah... anak2x pun dah letih dan tidur sepanjang perjalanan pulang kami ke rumah.... tapi rasa seronok la berjalan menikmati keindahan alam.... ... Bestnya kalau keter pakai NGV... jenjalan mana pun tak kisah.... Heee3x..... NGV dengan kami yg "Kaki Jalan" ni memang tak boleh dipisahkan....

......as I travel: <b>Tanjung Tuan</b>

Posted: 18 May 2012 05:23 AM PDT

 

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