The rejuvenation of the landscape

The phenomenon of vitality and freshness or ecosystem being restored in Taman Putra Prima 8A eco-wetland


Birds are singing and nesting in the bush by the stream, ponds filled with lily and lotus inhabitation to mixed species of dragonfly, fish and frog , wild and country grown flowers blooming all along the roads……..Let’s preserve all these and keep the biodiversity for our future generation……. being a vocal environmental and nature lover of Taman Putra Prima.


鸟语花香, 繁花满树, 争艳夺丽, 清香四溢.


Dragonfly, water Lily and pond, a truly life sustainable ecosystem

Dragonfly, water Lily and pond, a truly life sustainable ecosystem in PP8A wetland


The native kingfisher of PP8A


Luxuriant foliage of lotus at Jalan PP2/8 wetland


Fleshy morning glory at the western end of Jalan PP2/8

3 responses to “The rejuvenation of the landscape

  1. Thanks to Mr. Kong, I can enjoy the pretty wet land all time especially early morning watching those birds and your pretty lotus flowers smiling at the pond. its great!

  2. Kong Kok Meng 江国民 (PP8A /Gabungan Chairman)

    An ecosystem is a complex set of relationships among the living resources, habitats, and residents of an area. It includes plants, trees, animals, fish, birds, micro-organisms, water soil and people.

    When an ecosystem is healthy, scientists say it is sustainable. This means that all the elements live in balance and are capable of reproducing themselves. There is usually biodiversity, meaning that there a variety of living organism and species in that environment.

  3. Kong Kok Meng 江国民 (PP8A RA Chairman)

    How can we help to restore biodiversity in our area (Taman Putra Prima)?

    As a society or resident association, we can support “ecological restoration” to help restore degraded ecosystems and increase the natural biodiversity in the places we live and work. Government, conservation organizations , local authority and businesses can support and undertake larger ecological restoration projects.

    As individuals, one of the easiest ways to do ecological restoration and support biodiversity conservation is by gardening with native plants around your yard.

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