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July 4, 2018

Birding in part of Lesser Sunda archipelago that many people even Indonesian still confused with Sumbawa and Sumba, it's totally different island!. It's lies to adjacent to Lombok and west-north of Sumba. Bima is eastern part of the Sumbawa island.

December 23, 2017

Birding in Wonorejo wetland, located at the Surabaya south east-coast, with a total area of approximately 50 hectares and consists of fishpond (locally called tambak), scrub and mangrove areas affected by tidal, provides a broad mudflat for feeding grounds to resident and migratory birds in estuary area. This site is important for migratory seabirds and shorebirds/waders in East Asia-Australia Fly Away, also birdlife listed Wo...

October 12, 2017

Sumba is part of East Nusa Tenggara, famous for its megalithic traditions, one of which is Pasola. On this island, grassland and monsoon forest are still well preserved place for various animal species. Approximately ± 200 species of birds, ± 110 species of butterflies, ± 35 species of herpetofauna and ± 23 species of mammals. In particular, Sumba island has 36 endemic species and about 14 species of islands endemic.

January 2, 2017

Birding in this nice and beautiful scenery of Javanese traditional village, Menoreh mountains provide you a chance to see many lowland birds. The hilly landscape (300–800 meters asl) covered with an agroforest ecosystem proof to be a good habitat for birds. If you're in Borobudur, then facing to the south you'll see the shape Menoreh mountains like a figure who sleep in the mountains. Local residents believe that the f...

December 30, 2016

Good ambiance of sandless beach, Indian Ocean and White-tailed Tropicbird Phaethon lepturus. Driving two and a half hours (60 km) to Ngungap in the south-east coast of Jogja, here where Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn (German-Dutch botanist and geologist) in 1856 watched the Indian Ocean and captured landscape of the area onto a painting entitled "Sudkuste bei Rongkop" from this place. the lines of coral cliffs, solid coral g...

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