Online Talk: Wildlife of Mesangat Wetlands, Kalimantan

Date : 24 Apr 2021
Time : 10am - 11am
Location : Online, Zoom

Hosted on Zoom by Dr Yong Ding Li (Bird Group) & Gloria Seow (Education Committee)

Open to the Public - Registration Needed

The little-known, forest wetland ecosystems of Danau Mesangat in eastern Borneo (Indonesia) are extremely rich in biodiversity. They include some of Southeast Asia’s most threatened wildlife. Pride of place of Mesangat Wetlands is the False Gharial, a shy, specialised crocodile of peat and freshwater swamp forest. The False Gharial shares its home with other charismatic wildlife, including the Storm’s Stork, Malaysian Giant Turtle and Proboscis Monkey.

In this online talk, renown herpetologist and conservationist Rob Stuebing will share with us the biodiversity of Danau Mesangat, with special focus on its two crocodile species and the Storm’s Stork. He will also discuss the conservation efforts led by Indonesian conservation group, Yayasan Ulin.

This guest lecture will be hosted by Dr Yong Ding Li (Bird Group) and Gloria Seow (Education Committee). The talk will be followed by a Q&A segment.

Please register at:

- Limited to 200 Zoom groups (e.g. families), so please register early
- Free of charge
- Open to the public. All are welcome.
- Zoom link will be emailed after the closing date. If you do not receive it in your Inbox, kindly check your junk/spam mail too.

Closing Date
18 April 2021, Sunday

For enquiries, please contact Gloria Seow at

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