Republic of Indonesia

Summary

  • EAAFP Member since: 2006
  • Number of EAAFP Flyway Network Sites: 2
  • Focal Point Contact:
    • Mrs Sri Mulyani
      Deputy Director of Species Preservation, Directorate of Biodiversity Conservation, Ministry of Environment and Forestry
      Email: srimulyani731@gmail.com
      Tel:+62 21 572 0227

Indonesia has been a member of the Partnership since 2006 (MoP1). It now has 2 Flyway Network Sites, the most recent designation being 2012, February. The sites supports as resting and feeding place as staging or stopover site during migration for migratory waterbirds, including  Key Species of the EAAFP such as Spotted Greenshank, Far Eastern Curlew and Black-tailed Godwit.

Click here: Map of 2 sites

Flyway Network Sites

Site Information

EAAF SITECODE NAME OF SITE SITE INFORMATION SHEET YEAR SIS UPDATED SITE PHOTOS VIEW IN GOOGLE EARTH
EAAF008 Wasur National Park SIS 2014 View View
EAAF108 Sembilang National Park SIS 2011 View View

Wasur National Park

Location: Irian Jaya

Coordinates (lat, long): -8.74720,  140.58100

Area: 413.810 ha

Date of joining: 1996 March 25

Status: National Park

Other listings: Ramsar

Important for Shorebirds

Important species

Numenius minutus (Little Curlew), Charadrius mongolus (Lesser Sandplover)


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Sembilang National Park

Location: East coast of Sumatra

Coordinates(lat, long): 1.91667, 104.63333

Area: 202896.3 ha

Date of joining: 2012 February 20

Status: National Park

Other listings: Ramsar, Important Bird and Biodiversity Area

Important for Shorebirds, and Others

Important species

Tringa totanus (Common Redshank), Limnodromus semipalmatus (Asian Dowitcher), Tringa guttifer (Spotted Greenshank), Numenius madagascariensis (Far Eastern Curlew), Xenus cinereus (Terek Sandpiper), Limosa lapponica (Bar-tailed Godwit), Limosa limosa (Black-tailed Godwit), Mycteria cinerea (Milky Stork), Leptoptilos javanicus (Lesser Adjutant)


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Resources

For pages and posts on the EAAFP site related to Indonesia follow search: Indonesia