Malaysian Nature Society (MNS)...nature's guardian. Established in 1940, MNS has grown with the nation to become respected, responsible and a leading non-profit, non-governmental organisation for nature conservation efforts in Malaysia. Our passion and commitment to protecting our natural heritage is directed through nature education and habitat protection. We work in partnership with the government, local communities, media, school children and corporate bodies to achieve this. Our work in protecting habitats and creating opportunities for new national and state parks is evident in places such as Endau-Rompin National Park, Royal Belum Park, Batu Caves and Tanjung Tuan. Our education programmes reach out to children in rural and urban areas through our Kelab Pencinta Alam (School Nature Club) programme.