25 – 30 June
The efficient WWF Malaysia machinery was immediately felt when I started getting a series of text messages regarding transport, hotel accommodations and our overall visit to Kudat from Betty of the WWF KK office. Then Sofia Johari, the CEPA or Community Education, Protection, and Awareness Officer of Kudat-Banggi PCA left me a message that she was going to coordinate our Kudat trip, and boy, did she. Upon our arrival, she gave us a professionally prepared PowerPoint presentation which in an hour gave us an idea of what the Kudat area was like and what WWF projects there were.
Picking up some information about Kudat PCA from the WWF Malaysia website, our new images somewhat weaves a photo montage of what this area is all about:
“Kudat is a new park at the northernmost tip of Borneo.The Kudat-Banggi Priority Conservation Areafeatures the rich and productive waters off thenorthernmost tip of the island of Borneo.