The Kuala Lumpur Free Fly Community (KLFF) gathers at locations such as Bukit Antarabangsa and Gombak for free-flight activities – unrestricted outdoor flight for birds who are trained to return to their owners.
The group, which was established in 2020, began with only 10 members – a number that has grown to 40 today.
They typically meet on weekends and public holidays as early as 7am. This is because when it gets too hot, their birds prefer to perch on trees instead of soar.
A KLFF member with his Congo African grey, all ready for a free-flight session.
It’s playtime for this macaw before the free-flight session begins!
And off they go! KLFF members releasing their birds.
The birds taking flight.
Birds of a feather: three beautiful macaws are seen here against the bright blue sky.
The KLFF members believe it’s in the nature of birds to fly.
Splish splash, we are taking a bath! Izmil Zulkipli spraying his beautiful macaws, while Momo, the sole pigeon among the birds of the KLFF community, looks on.
A KLFF member feeding his Congo African grey.
A “bird parent” quenches his macaw’s thirst.
A stunning macaw with exquisite plumage enjoying a nut.