Indonesia Bird Watching Tour
Indonesia is the world’s large archipelago consist of the 17.000 islands which has 1.948.700 square Km and has 1.531 species of birds with 381 endemics birds species.
Sumatra – Java – Bali (Greater Sunda Island) Bird tour
The western part of the country comprising Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, and Bali, lying on the Sunda shelf and known as the Greater Sunda Island was once linked to Asian mainland as result some large Asian land animal and rich species of Birds, including elephant, tigers, rhinoceros, leopard, tropical birds, still survive and the dense rain forest and abundant flora of Asia are in evidence.
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Java has some Beautiful and unique national park
Gunung Gede – Pangrango National park & Gunung Halimun – Salak National Park is easily reached from Bogor to the Puncak pass, the headquarters is at the famous Cibodas Botanical garden at chilly 1200 m, and the park rice to 3026 m at Pangrango Peak in a mossy elfin forest with alpine meadows. Most of the 140 km2 park is composed of evergreen sub-montane forests. Gales have damage many large trees but otherwise the forest are lush and grand. the forest is tall, dense, dark, and often rain. The wild life is also very diverse in the park and some species are rare and protected, some of the major endangered mammals are the javan gibbon javan leopard, the silver leave monkey. 244 species of birds have been recorded with 32 are endemic of java species such as the javan hawk-eagle. mount/gunung gede birding spot : Cibodas botanical garden – golf coures are – telag biru – water fall cibereum – spring water air panas – kadang badak – up to the top mount special for javan cochoa and Volcano swiftlet.
Baluran National park on the dry north-eastern tip of java is one of the most easily visited park in Indonesia, with grasslands reminiscent of African or Australian, The rive-in the park is noted for its buffaloes, banteng, deer and bird life. Impressive list of about 200 species of birds. Baluran national park birding spot : starting 500 m from the gate – Bekol – Bama
another bird watching spot in java, carita forest, Pulau Dua, Pulau Rambut, Muara Angke, Pamanukan Pondok bali, Bogor botanical garden, Prambanan temple (central java) and Mt. Ijen forest (east java).
West Bali / Bali Barat National Park is a beautiful large wild area at extreme end of bali with total area 777 km2, forest range from montane to dry monsoonal with moist forests in shelter gulleys and most of the park is savanna. The various environment and animal include monkey, deer, wild pig, iguana. The park famous as the only wild home of endemic White Bali Myna or Bali Starling.
another birding spot in bali: Nusa Dua Pound, Benoa harbour and Bedegul.
Sumatra has some excellent national park for bird watching tour
Bukit Barisan National Park in southern Sumatra is difficult to reach but containing varied flora from coastal to rain forest and large mammal species including tigers, elephants, and tapirs. The best place from which to explore in the town of Liwa, the bird watching/ birding spot Way Titias and Danau Ranau. Waytitias special for Tokhtor (Sumatra Ground-Cuckoo) and Danau Ranau for Poksay Haji (Sumatra Laughingthrush). The current list 121 species of birds.
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Way Kambas National Park in lampung province is noted for the elephant which are protected in the park but also exploited ia a elephant training show and Sumatra Rhinoceros Sanctuary. Its large oastal reserve 0f 1235 sq km and contain of non-peaty swam forest, costal forest, and patches of original lowland rain forest. This mosaic very rich for bird and over 230 species have been recorded. way kanan – Way Kambas birding spot : start from the gate of waykambas on the roda to waykanan, boat trip way kanan river – rawa gajah – kali biru.
Sulawesi and Halmahera Bird watching spot:
Sulawesi owlet by Daphne Gemmil
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