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Project Update: April 2011
26 January 2011


28-29 January 2011

  • The applicant checking the fund to the bank, and send information to Rufford Small Grant that fund has been safely received


01 February-25 March 2011

  • Project preparation:

  1. Coordination among the internal team, including from Palembang and Bangka.

  2. Buying materials and equipments for fieldwork: GPS, Binos, Monocular, Tripod and etc.

  3. Fitting schedule for fieldwork with team from Palembang and Bangka; buying ticket, fitting schedule on car rental, boat rental and etc. Team in this first fieldwork are:

    • Muhammad Iqbal (Leader)

    • Fadly Takary (NGO, KPB-SOS)

    • Dudi Irawan (NGO, KPB-SOS)

    • Ricko Faisal (local NGO in Bangka)

    • Ade Firdaus (Government staff of Bangka-Belitung province)

    • Safrizal ((Government staff of Bangka-Belitung province)

    • Awang (Government staff of Bangka/Pangkal Pinang city)



Figure 1. The project team at Pasir Padi beach Pangkal Pinang, Bangka:

Dudi Irawan, Fadly Takari, Ricko Faisal, Ade Firdaus & Safrizal (from left to right, photo taken by applicant)




Figure 2. The applicant meisuring nest of Copper-throated Sunbird in Burung Island, South Bangka

Figure 3. Fadly Takari applying point count method for collecting bird data in mangrove forest in Burung Island

Figure 4. Safrizal searching suitable beach in Pulau Kelapan for conducting shorebird birding

Figure 5. Ricko Faisal scaning bird in remaining forest around Pantai Tapak Hantu, Pangkal Pinang

Figure 6. Ade Firdaus watching and counting shorebird in Pukan beach at Sungai Liat

Figure 7. Awang Indra measuring Hooded Pitta which died shot by local people in Pantai Tapak Hantu,


26 March-03 April 2011

  • Conducting fieldwork in Bangka, from South Bangka (Toboali and Sadai) to northern part of Bangka (Belinyu and Jebus), including some small islands.


04-17 April 2011

- Compiling data from the field, and send a progress report to Rufford Small Grant



Sites visited during this survey:

01 = Kampung Opas, Pangkal Pinang city (S 02007’05.2’’ E 106007’00.9’’)

02 = Pantai Pasir Padi (S 02006’26.1’’ E 106010’07.4’’)

03 = Tempat pelelangan ikan Pangkal Pinang (S 02005’10.5’’ E 106009’13.9’’)

04 = Pantai Lubuk (S 02032’15.3’’ E 106039’49.2’’)

05 = Sadai (S 03000’19.6’’ E 106044’20.6’’)

06 = Tanjung Kerasak (S 03003’23.3’’ E 106044’34.5’’)

07 = Pulau Kelapa (S 02051’51.0’’ E 106044’09.7’’)

08 = Pulau Kembar (S 01050’47.6’’ E 104047’17.5’’)

09 = Pulau Kembar 2 (S 02050’25.1’’ E 106047’34.0’’)

10 = Tanjung Sangkar (S 01053’13.9’’ E 106048’43.5’’)

11 = Pulau Burung (S 02054’12.2’’ E 106046’14.9’’)

12 = Pulau Burung 2 (S 02053’50.3’’ E 106045’50.0’’)

13 = Pulau Kelapa 2 (S 02054’12.7’’ E 106044’10.0’’)

14 = Pulau unnamed (S 02058’01.8’’ E 106042’16.6’’)

15 = Pulau Tinggi (S 02059’33.9’’ E 106042’29.8’’)

16 = pantai tapak Hantu (S 02011’15.4’’ E 106011’39.2’’)

17 = Pasar Burung (S 02027’33.9’’ E 106007’01.03’’)

18 = Pantai Pukan (S 02002’39.9’’ E 106009’33.0’’)

19 = Pantai Pukan 2 (S 02002’06.1’’ E 106009’37.2’’)

20 = Belinyu city (S 01038’00.7’’ E 105046’33.1’’)

21 = Pantai Penyusuk (S 01031’41.7’’ E 105042’13.9’’)

22 = Hutan sekunder Pantai penyusuk (S 01032’12.3’’ E 105043’28.0’’)

23 = Hotel Dragon (S 01038’33.5’’ E 105046’30.5’’)

24 = Pantai Belinyu (S 01037’47.6’’ E 105044’05.3’’)

25 = Pantai Pesaren (S 01031’21.9’’ E 105050’55.1’’)

26 = Pantai Remodong (S 01033’30.6’’ E 105043’19.3’’)

27 = Rambat (S 01053’48.2’’ E 105016’08.3’’)

28 = Mentok city (S 02004’01.9’’ E 105009’42.2’’)

29 = Jebus (S 01040’12.6’’ E 105030’25.4’’)

30 = Manumbing (S 02001’01.4’’ E 105010’48.1’’)

31 = pantai pelabuhan Mentok (S 02001’10.0’’ E 105013’10.2’’)


Selected photos on survey sites in Bangka


Figure 6. Pantai Pasir Padi, Pangkal Pinang, Bangka

Figure 7. An artificial lake and secondary forest after mining near Pantai Lubuk, Koba district

Figure 8. Mangrove forest community in Pulau Kelapa, South Bangka

Figure 9. Forest community in Pulau Tinggi, South Bangka

Figure 10. A community of Rhizophora trees (mangrove) in Pulau Burung, South Bangka

Figure 11. A secondary forest in Pulau Burung 2, South Bangka

Figure 12. Peatswamp forest in Pulau Lepar, South Bangka

Figure 13. A good remaining mangrove forest around Seminung mountain)


Birds of Bangka on 26 March-03 April 2011.
A total of 79 species of birds from 36 family recorded during bird survey in Bangka on 26 March-03 April 2011. This survey added 16 species new to Bangka after “A list of the birds recorded from Bangka Island, Indonesia” (Mees 1986). Anunpexted record must be Javan Plover Charadrius javanicus which known as endemic Java. A paper entitling “The occurrence of the endemic Javan Plover Charadrius javanicus in Sumatra, Indonesia” was submit for published in Wader Study Group Bulletin 118(2) August 2011. We also visited a traditional bird market in Pangkal Pinang city as the largest city in Bangka Island durig this survey.
Birds recorded in Bangka Island during 26 March-03 April 2011.


No

Scientific name

Common name




Ardeidae (1)




01

Ardea sumatrana (n1)

Great-billed Heron

02

Egretta sacra

Reef Egret

03

Egretta garzetta (n2)

Little Egret




Anatidae (2)




04

Dendrocygna javanica

Lesser Whistling Duck




Accipitridae (3)

 

05

Haliaetus leucogaster

White-bellied Sea-eagle

06

Haliastur induus

Brahminy Kite




Turnicidae (4)




07

Turnix suscicator

Barred Buttonquail




Rallidae (5)




08

Amaurornis phoenicurus

White-breasted Waterhen




Charadriidae (6)




09

Pluvialis squatarola

Grey Plover

10

Charadrius alexandrinus

Kentish Plover

11

Charadrius javanicus (n3)

Javan Plover




Scolopacidae (7)




12

Numenius phaeopus

Whimbrel

13

Limosa lapponica (n4)

Bar-tailed Godwit

14

Actitis hypoleucos

Common Sandpiper




Columbidae (8)




15

Streptopelia chinensis

Spotted Dove

17

Treron olax (n5)

Little Green Pigeon

18

Treron vernans

Pink-necked Green Pigeon

19

Treron fulvicollis

Cinnamon-headed Green Pigeon

20

Ducula bicolor




21

Ducula aenea

Green Imperial-pigeon




Cuculidae (9)




22

Phaenicophaeus spp

Malkoha

23

Centropus bengalensis

Lesser Coucal




Pittidae (10)




24

Pitta sordida

Hooded Pitta




Caprimulgidae (11)




25

Caprimulgus affinis

Savanah Nightjar




Apodidae (12)




26

Cypsiurus balasiensis (n6)

Asian Palm-swift

27

Collocalia fuciphaga (n7)

Edible-nest Swiftlet

27

Collocalia maxima (n8)

Black-nest Swiflet

28

Collocalia esculenta (n9)

Glossy Swiflet




Meropidae (13)




29

Merops viridis

Bee-eater

30

Merops phillipinus

Bee-eater




Campephagidae (14)




31

Lalage nigra







Hemiprocnidae (15)




32

Hemiprocne comata

Whiskered Treeswift

33

Hemiprocne longipennis

Grey-rumped Treeswift




Trogonidae (16)




34

Harpacted duvaucelii

Scarlet-rumped Trogon




Alcedinidae (17)




35

Halcyon smyrnensis

White-throated Kingfisher

36

Todirhampus chloris

Collared Kingfisher

37

Alcedo meninting

Blue-eared Kingfisher

38

Actenoides concretus ?

Rufous-collared Kingfisher




Megalaimidae (18)




39

Megalaima sp

(Megalaima haemacephala)



Barbet sp

40

Megalaima australis

Barbet

41

Megalaima raflesii

Red-crowned Barbet




Coraciidae (19)




42

Eurystomus orientalis

Dollarbird




Picidae (20)




43

Picoides mollucensis

Woodpecker

44

Unidentified woodpecker

Woodpecker




Hirundinidae (21)




45

Hirundo tahitica

Pacific Swallow




Oriolidae (22)




46

Oriolus chinensis

Black-naped Oriole




Pycnonotidae (23)




47

Pycnonotus goiavier

Yellow-vented bulbul

48

Pycnonotus aurigaster (n10)

Sooty-headed Bulbul

49

Pycnonotus atriceps

Black-headed bulbul

50

Pycnonotus brunneus

Red-eyed bulbul

51

Pycnonotus simplex

Cream-vented bulbul

52

Pycnonotus plumosus

Olive-winged bulbul




Aegithinidae (24)




53

Aegithina tiphia

Common Iora

54

Chloropseidae (25)




55

Chloropsis spp

Leafbird




Oriolidae (26)




56

Oriolus chinensis

Black-naped Oriole




Timaliidae (27)




57

Macronous gularis

Stripped Tit-babbler

58

Stachyris erythroptera

Chestnust-winged Babbler

59

Trichastoma sp

Babbler




Turdidae (27)




60

Copshychus saularis

Magpie Robin




Silviidae (28)




61

Orthotomus ruficeps

Ashy Tailorbird

62

Orthotomus atrogularis

Dark-necked Tailorbird

63

Prinia familiaris (n11)

Bar-winged Prinia

64

Prinia flaviventris (n12)

Yellow-bellied Prinia




Muscicapidae (29)




65

Cyornis rufigastra

Mangrove Flycacther

66

Rhipidura javanica

Pied Fantail




Laniidae (31)




67

Lanius schach (n13)

Long-tailed Shrike




Sturnidae (32)




68

Aplonis panayensis

Asian Glossy Starling

69

Gracula religiosa

Common Hill Mynah




Nectariniidae (33)




70

Anthreptes simplex

Plain Sunbird

71

Anthreptes malacensis

Brown-throated Sunbird

72

Nectarinia jugularis

Olive-backed Sunbird

73

Nectarinia calcostetha (n14)

Copper-throated Sunbird

74

Nectarinia sperata

Purple-throated Sunbird

75

Arachnothera longirostris/crasirostris ?

Spiderhunter




Dicaedae (34)




76

Dicaeum trigonostigma

Orange-bellied Flowerpecker




Zosteropidae (35)




77

Zosterops palpebrosus

Oriental White-eye




Ploceidae (36)




78

Lonchura punctulata (n15)

Scaly-breasted Munia

79

Passer montanus (n16)

Eurasian Tree Sparrow


Note:

Blue show the bird is new species recorded for Bangka Island after Mees 1986, and n number show figure for number species as new for Bangka.


Selected photos



Figure 1. Javan Plover Charadrius javanicus in Pukan beach, Sungai Liat, Bangka.

A second record Sumatra for species previously known recorded as endemic Java



Figure 2. Collared kingfisher Halcyon chloris Figure 3. Grey Plover Pluvialis squatarola


Figure 4 & 5. Great-billed Heron Ardea sumatrana & Little egret Egretta garzetta, two new species for Bangka


Figure 6 & 7. Sooty-headed Bulbul Pycnonotus aurigaster and Copper-throated Sunbird Nectarinia calcostetha (on the nest), other new birds for Bangka

Current threats on birds of Bangka

During our visit to Bangka, the some threats were identified for birds in Bangka. The threats are:



  1. Convertion large remaining secondary forest for palm oil plantation and rubber plantation

  2. the occurrence of tin mining activities in Bangka

  3. Bird hunting

  4. Bird trade for pet in local market



Figure 8. A local people use a gun for hunting bird in Sungai Liat Bangka.

Figure 9. Vulnerable Javan Sparrow Padda oryzivora looking sale in local bird market in Pangkal Pinang

Fgure 10. Exotic Crested Jay Platylophus galericulatus sale in local bird market.


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