Taman Negara Tour Specialist
                                             BIRDGROUP  TAMAN  NEGARA

              'Birds without trees can never feel free'. Leena Ahmad Almashat, Harmony Letters (2011)


Kelab Pencinta Burung Taman Negara Jerantut Pahang (BirdGroup Taman Negara) or BGTN is a registered non-governmental organisation (NGO) with Malaysia's Registrar in Kuala Tahan. 

The main objectives of BirdGroup Taman Negara are:

  • to inculcate and to educate the importance of the protection of birds and their habitats as well as the conservation of nature and natural resources in Taman Negara and its surrounding in Tembeling Riverbasin especially in Kuala Tahan region,
  • to gather, photograph and identify various species of birds in Taman Negara,
  • to organise (and co-organise) birding events such as Taman Negara Bird Count and Bird Inventory programs and to ensure such event(s) will benefit both local communities and the environment,
  • to engage and to cooperate with government agencies, local & international universities and colleges, private sectors and other NGOs in birds and nature  conservations,
  • to attend seminars, workshops, forums and other relevant events related to birds and nature conservations



Endless Possibilities in Smart Partnership with BirdGroup Taman Negara (BGTN)

More companies acknowledge the importance of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) that will benefit their organisations as well as benefiting the society. CSR programs in supporting environmental sustainability have become increasing popular.

Companies that have plans to organise CSR activities for their employees, customers or any student groups in Taman Negara are welcomed to engage Jenut Holidays Sdn Bhd for services. 

We can facilitate businesses to arrange special CSR events such as organising bird talks, bird count, bird expedition and others. This will help respective organisations to understand and recognize the importance of biodiversity and ecosystem in a particular Environmental Sensitive Area such as Taman Negara and its surrounding.

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