• Christmas Frigatebirds in the Busy Bay of Jakarta Bay, Indonesia – A Documentary Film for Christmas Frigatebird Conservation in Indonesia

    Documentary films can be a perfect platform to create dialogue and raise awareness for both individual and broader social change.  Seabirds Indonesia (Burung Laut Indonesia) has just produced and released online a documentary film about the Christmas Frigatebird (Fregata andrewsi) in Jakarta Bay, Indonesia.  This documentary has been made with the participation of local fishermen […]

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  • World Migratory Bird Day 2021 October Event– BIOPALAS, Indonesia

    Event Title : Migrasi Burung di Tengah Pandemi Organizer: Biologi Pecinta Alam dan Studi Lingkungan Hidup (BIOPALAS) Himpunan Mahasiswa Biologi USU (HIMABIO USU)  Date:  30th September – 2nd October, 2021  Participants:  75 participants for the event, including 45 children participants for the counseling in school, and there are 30 participants for the counseling in Universitas […]

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  • World Migratory Bird Day 2021 May Event– Indonesia (HIMPUS)

    Event title: World Migratory Bird Day 2021 event in Indonesia Organizer: Himpunan Mahasiswa Pecinta Unggas (HIMPUS) Participants: About 300people in total including School students, teachers, or parents, University students, Researchers, Scientists, Birdwatchers, Site managers for flyway site and wetlands, and Decision or policy makers Outcome: The Webinar World Migratory Bird Day 2021 Indonesia was attended […]

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  • Far Eastern Curlew Important Site on Sumatra Island, Indonesia

    Far Eastern Curlew is the largest shorebird in the world. It is an endemic shorebird in East Asian-Australasian Flyway. The global trend of the Far Eastern Curlew population has been declining, thus in 2016 the status of this species was determined as Endangered species in the IUCN Red List. The main threat for this species […]

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  • An update for Shorebirds Conservation project in Aceh, Indonesia

    Indonesia with its long coastline is potentially important for migratory waterbirds, yet this area is still under-studied. A new publication on shorebird surveys to find important sites at the eastern coast of Aceh Province, northern Sumatra in Indonesia showed that two locations, Ulee Matang and Kuala Parek are potentially important staging and wintering sites for […]

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  • Successful World Migratory Bird Day Oct Event 2020 – Indonesia (KPB-SOS (Kelompok Pengamat Burung Spirit of South Sumatra))

    Event title: Waterbirds awareness focused on farmers of agriculture pond in Banyuasin Peninsular, South Sumatra, Indonesia Organizer: KPB-SOS (Kelompok Pengamat Burung Spirit of South Sumatra) Participants: 25 participants including school students, site managers for flyway site and wetlands, and local people Outcome: We trained local people to conduct waterbird monitoring and survey in their sites […]

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  • Successful World Migratory Bird Day Oct Event 2020 – Indonesia (HIMPUS)

    Event title: World Migratory Bird day 2020 in Indonesia Organizer: HIMPUS (Himpunan Mahasiswa Pecinta Unggas) Faculty Veterinary Medicine of Universitas Syiah Kuala Participants: A total of 477 participants including student, researchers, environmental observer, Indonesian bird conservation organizations and nation wide Outcome: Indonesian people who participate or who see the online activities we organize and share […]

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  • Successful World Migratory Bird Day Oct Event 2020 – Australia & Indonesia (The Bowerbird Collective / Burung Indonesia)

    ‘On the Wings of a Godwit’ ©The Bowerbird Collective & Burung Indonesia Event title: On the Wings of a Godwit – A musical meditation to the end of the earth and back Organizer: The Bowerbird Collective & Burung Indonesia & Suara Indonesia Dance Participants: More than 400 viewers from worldwide watched the event including university […]

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  • Survey of shorebirds in Eastern Coast of Aceh, Indonesia

    The Hong Kong Bird Watching Society (HKBWS) transformed the “China Conservation Fund” into “HKBWS Asia Conservation Fund” in 2019, hoping to further support and promote bird conservation in Asia. One of the successful applicants in the 2019/20 round completed the project  titled “Survey of shorebirds in Eastern Coast of Aceh Province, Indonesia” in February in […]

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  • Shorebird survey in the Eastern Coast of North Aceh, Indonesia

    Indonesia’s first ever Spoon-billed Sandpiper (SBS) was reported on the 3 November 2018 in a fishpond area along the north Aceh Coast. This record is important because it’s prove that some of the Spoonies may winter along the coast of Sumatera. The Eastern Coast of Sumatera is not only interesting for Spoon-billed Sandpiper but also […]

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