The weather is a bit cloudy that morning but it doesn’t stop me from my plan to trek to one of the trail at this field station. I am already very excited to explore a little bit of this wildlife sanctuary so, i decide to trek to Ubah Trail. With assistance from the headman, TR Bada Ak Chendai and two general workers, Mr. Lubok Ak Tungkat and Mr. Bakar Ak Enggong we were heading to the trail. We have to cross Segerak River mouth and then Engkari River to reach the starting point of Ubah Trail.
I insist to look at the water catchment for the field station. The headman brought me to see the water dam and it is on the small stream next to the Ubah Trail. The dam is clogged with soil and debris from the heavy rain the night before. They clean the dam at least twice a month and if the water is blocked after the heavy rain .
We continue our walk along the Ubah Trail. I take a chance to captured some interesting photos along this walk. The first 300m is climbing uphill and then we continue for another 700m before we turn back to the station.
It was a a great walk even though it is only for a short while. I managed to heard calls made by Muller’s Gibbon and Great Argus during our walk. Observed a few species of birds but it was a bit quite, maybe because we were already very late, almost noon time. Overall, it is still an interesting forest to discover and explore. For the next visit, i must do something more interesting rather than just walk like a tourist in this forest.