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Location Indonesia, Nusa Tenggara Timur
Central coordinates 123o 46.00' East  10o 1.00' South
IBA criteria A1, A2
Area 200 ha
Altitude 0 - 100m
Year of IBA assessment 2004

Burung Indonesia (Affiliate)



Populations of IBA trigger species

Species Season Period Population estimate Quality of estimate IBA Criteria IUCN Category
Black Cuckoo-dove Turacoena modesta resident  2004  present  A1  Near Threatened 
Timor Green-pigeon Treron psittaceus resident  2004  present  A1  Endangered 
Timor Sparrow Padda fuscata resident  2004  present  A1  Near Threatened 

Habitats

IUCN habitat Habitat detail Extent (% of site)
Forest   -

Land use

Land-use Extent (% of site)
agriculture -

References Coates, B.J., Bishop, K.D. & Gardner, D. 1997. A Guide to the Birds of Wallacea: Sulawesi, the Mollucas and Lesser Sunda Islands. Indonesia. Dove Publication, Australia.Jepson, P. & Ounsted, R. 1997. Birding Indonesia: A birdwatcher's guide to the world's largest archipelago. Periplus Editions (HK) Ltd, Singapore.Lesmana, D. Trainor, C., and Gatur, A. 2000. Arti Penting Hutan di Daratan Timor bagian Barat: Telaah Awal Informasi Keanekaragaman Hayati dan sosial ekonomi di Pulau Timor (Propinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur). PKA/BirdLife International/WWF, Bogor. Laporan No. 13.Mauro, I. 1999. Preliminary report on birds recorded from Wallacea: Sulawesi, Moluccas and Lesser Sundas.Noske, R.A. and Saleh, N. 1996. The Conservation Status of Forest Birds in West Timor. dalam Kitchener, D.J. and Suyatno, A (eds.). 1994. Proceedings of The First International Conference on eastern Indonesia-Australian Vertebrate Fauna, Manado, Indonesia.

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