Flying over Mt Kinabalu.
Early morning mist hovers above the Kinabatangan river and rainforest.
The rainforest is home to an abundence of species such as reticulated pythons.
A great egret perched on a branch beside the Kinabatangan river.
A wild orang-utan moves effortless through the jungle canopy, orang-utans are found exclusively on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra.
Proboscis monkeys are endemic to Borneo, here a male, female and young keep an eye out on their surroundings.
Proboscis monkeys are endemic to Borneo, here a female grooms her young in the rainforest beside the Kinabatangan river.
Travelling by boat along the Kinabatangan river, surrounded by the rainforest.
A blue-winged pitta perched on a branch for the night in the jungle around the Kinabatangan river.
Black backed kingfishers can be found in the Bornean rainforest.
A view through the rainforest looking up the Kinabatangan river in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.
A panoramic view through a gap in the rainforest looking towards a large palm oil plantation near the Kinabatangan river in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.
A macaque peers out from the jungle.
Portrait of a long-tailed macaque.
Tourists travel by boat along the Kinabatangan river to view wildlife.
A solo blue-throated bee eater sits high in the branches over the river.
One of the largest of its species, a rhinoceros hornbill flying overhead.
One of the largest of its species, a rhinoceros hornbill perched in an oil palm tree.
A great egret flying low along the Kinabatangan river.
Profile portrait of a male proboscis monkey. Males have a much larger nose than the females.
A lone great egret keeping watch in the trees beside the river.
An oriental pied hornbill stands out against the blue sky.
Sunset on the Kinabatangan river. Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.
The Kinabatangan river (Sungei Kinabatangan) is Malaysias second longest river at a length of 560kms. The area is home to a huge amount of wildlife and winds its way through a variety of habitat.
Borneo, Sungei Kinabatangan
Borneo is the 3rd largest island in the world. It's home to the oldest rainforest in on earth and a huge amount of biodiversity. Illegal logging and palm oil production is a major threat to the area. My selection of wildlife portraits and scenes are from the Kinabatangan River in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.