Release of Javanese Eagle as a result of PinPoint Solar GPS-Argos Breeding

The Javanese eagle is a protected animal in Java Bogor/Jabar , Indonesia News Present :  A pair of Javan eagles (Nisaetus bartelsi) were rel...

The Javanese eagle is a protected animal in Java
Bogor/Jabar, Indonesia News Present : A pair of Javan eagles (Nisaetus bartelsi) were released to the wild in the Conservation Forest Area, Taman Safari Indonesia (TSI), Bogor, West Java (30/1). The release was carried out by a team from the Gunung Halimun Salak National Park Agency (BTNGHS), the Gunung Gede Pangrango National Park Agency (BBTNGGP), TSI and IPB University.

A pair of Javanese eagles named Parama and Jelita is a collaborative work program between BTNGHS and TSI, PT Smelting, BBTNGGP, and the West Java Natural Resources Conservation Agency (BBKSDA), with the long term aim of restoring the role of ecological and biological functions of animals in their natural habitat.

"The release of this animal is a program launched by the Minister of Environment and Forestry (LHK) called ex-situ link to in-situ, namely how ex-situ breeding returns to its natural habitat so that it increases the population," said the Director of Diversity Conservation MoEF's Biological and Genetic Species, Indra Exploitasia.

Parama, male, was born naturally in the PSSEJ Rehabilitation Cage, managed by the National Disaster Management Agency. Parama was released after 2 years of training. Jelita androgynous females were born from the results of breeding conducted by TSI in the breeding cage built by PT Smelting and have passed the habituation stage in the training cage.

Prior to their release, Parama and Jelita were paired with Platform Transfer Terminals (PTTs) with a PinPoint Solar GPS-Argos type weighing 21 grams for monitoring while in their natural habitat. The Javanese eagle is endemic to the island of Java, a type of bird of prey (raptor) that has an important role in maintaining the balance of the ecosystem.
A joint release program with the Regional Government of Bogor Regency
The Javanese eagle is protected by law and has been designated as a national endangered animal symbol through Presidential Decree No. 4 of 1993 because of its rarity and resemblance to the Garuda - the Indonesian State Emblem.

The Javan eagle is also one of the 25 priority animal species that have been determined by the Directorate General of Conservation of Natural Resources and Ecosystems (Ditjen KSDAE) through the Decree of the Director General of KSDAE Number: 180/IV-KKH/2015 concerning Designation of 25 Priority Endangered Animals for increase in population (ma).

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Indonesia News: Release of Javanese Eagle as a result of PinPoint Solar GPS-Argos Breeding
Release of Javanese Eagle as a result of PinPoint Solar GPS-Argos Breeding
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