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POTENSI UNTUK PENGEMBANGAN WISATA “BIRDWATCHING” DI PUSAT KONSERVASI TUMBUHAN KEBUN RAYA BOGOR Muntasib, Endang Koestati Sri Harini; Mulyani, Yeni Aryati; Sukara, Gytha Nafisah
Buletin Kebun Raya Vol 17, No 1 (2014): Buletin Kebun Raya Vol. 17 (1) Januari 2014
Publisher : Center for Plant Conservation Bogor Botanic Garden, Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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Pusat Konservasi Tumbuhan Kebun Raya Bogor - Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (PKT KRB – LIPI) adalah tujuan wisata favorit dengan pengunjung lebih dari 800,000 orang setiap tahunnya. Kebun Raya yang memiliki keragaman tumbuhan koleksi dengan lanskap paripurna, menjadi habitat ideal beranekaragam jenis burung. Untuk mengetahui potensinya bagi pengembangan wisata birdwatching di PKT KRB - LIPI, dilakukan penelitian melalui studi literatur, pengamatan langsung dan wawancara antara bulan Mei dan Juli 2013. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian tercatat 48 jenis dari 23 suku burung yang dapat ditemukan pada lokasi tersebut. Sebanyak 26 jenis dari 18 suku burung dapat selalu dijumpai dari penelitian sebelumnya hingga saat ini, ada 10 jenis yang belum pernah dilaporkan sebelumnya dan ada sembilan jenis yang tersebar merata di 12 lingkungan di PKT KRB - LIPI. Setidaknya ada 25 jenis potensial untuk wisata birdwatching berdasarkan minat pengunjung terhadap jenis burung tertentu, status konservasi, endemisitas, dan keberadaan burung dari waktu ke waktu.
Molt in Birds Inhabiting a Human-Dominated Habitat Yeni Aryati Mulyani; Fransisca Noni Tirtaningtyas; Nanang Khairul Hadi; Lina Kristina Dewi; Aronika Kaban
HAYATI Journal of Biosciences Vol. 24 No. 4 (2017): October 2017
Publisher : Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia

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Molt is one of the biological processes in the life of birds that requires high energy. Therefore, it usually occurs when food is abundant. However, molt and breeding overlap have been recorded in the tropics. There are very few studies on bird molting patterns in Indonesia. This study aimed at describing molt in birds that inhabit a human-dominated habitat in Bogor Agricultural University Campus in Bogor, West Java. Molt of primary feathers of adult birds were checked during bird monitoring using mist nets from August 2010 to December 2013. Occurrence of brood patch as indicator of breeding stage was also recorded. Molt data were obtained from 230 adult birds from 29 species. Molts occurred from February to December, with most birds having active molts in July and October. Breeding occurred in March, April, July, and October, with the peak of breeding occurring in March. Molt and breeding overlap were identified only in three species, i.e. Eurasian Tree Sparrow (Passer montanus), Horsfield's Babbler (Malacocincla sepiarium), and Scarlet-headed Flowerpecker (Dicaeum trochileum). This study suggests that resources in the study site are available for conservation of bird community in human-dominated habitat. However, further research is needed to assess food availability and bird breeding success.
POTENSI UNTUK PENGEMBANGAN WISATA “BIRDWATCHING” DI PUSAT KONSERVASI TUMBUHAN KEBUN RAYA BOGOR Sukara, Gytha Nafisah; Mulyani, Yeni Aryati; Muntasib, Endang Koestati Sri Harini
Buletin Kebun Raya Vol 17, No 1 (2014): Buletin Kebun Raya Vol. 17 (1) January 2014
Publisher : Center for Plant Conservation Bogor Botanic Garden, Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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Pusat Konservasi Tumbuhan Kebun Raya Bogor - Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (PKT KRB – LIPI) adalah tujuan wisata favorit dengan pengunjung lebih dari 800,000 orang setiap tahunnya. Kebun Raya yang memiliki keragaman tumbuhan koleksi dengan lanskap paripurna, menjadi habitat ideal beranekaragam jenis burung. Untuk mengetahui potensinya bagi pengembangan wisata birdwatching di PKT KRB - LIPI, dilakukan penelitian melalui studi literatur, pengamatan langsung dan wawancara antara bulan Mei dan Juli 2013. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian tercatat 48 jenis dari 23 suku burung yang dapat ditemukan pada lokasi tersebut. Sebanyak 26 jenis dari 18 suku burung dapat selalu dijumpai dari penelitian sebelumnya hingga saat ini, ada 10 jenis yang belum pernah dilaporkan sebelumnya dan ada sembilan jenis yang tersebar merata di 12 lingkungan di PKT KRB - LIPI. Setidaknya ada 25 jenis potensial untuk wisata birdwatching berdasarkan minat pengunjung terhadap jenis burung tertentu, status konservasi, endemisitas, dan keberadaan burung dari waktu ke waktu.
MORPHOMETRIC AND MOLT OF THE CRESCENT-CHESTED BABBLER (STACHYRIS MELANOTHORAX) IN CISARUA FOREST, WEST JAVA Tirtaningtyas, Fransisca Noni; Mulyani, Yeni Aryati; Prawiradilaga, Dewi Malia; Hutabarat, Joseph Adiguna; Sabahudin, Iis
TREUBIA Vol 43 (2016): Vol. 43, December 2016
Publisher : Research Center for Biology

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/treubia.v43i0.2972

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Crescent-chested Babbler is endemic to the island of Java and Bali, Indonesia and protected by the Indonesian Government Regulation No. 7/ 1999. Its population is suspected to be declining due to ongoing habitat destruction and fragmentation. Information on its eco-biology is very poorly known. There is a need to obtain the information in order to conserve this species and its habitat. Morphometric and molt stages were recorded from 23 individuals captured by mist-nets between February and April 2016. There were variations in morphometric measurement in weight, head bill length, wing length and tail length in Cisarua Forest habitat, but no significant difference was found (F2.19 = 0.822, P> 0.05) in body weight among the three different habitats. This habitat has sufficient resource for Crescent-crested Babbler for molt activity during the study.
Bird Communities In Seblat Nature Recreation Park (SNRP) North Bengkulu, Bengkulu Susanto, Eki; Mulyani, Yeni Aryati; Suryobroto, Bambang
Biosaintifika: Journal of Biology & Biology Education Vol 8, No 1 (2016): March 2016
Publisher : Department of Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences, Semarang State University . Ro

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/biosaintifika.v8i1.4948

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Bird communities are the composition of several bird species that live together in the same place, time and interact with other birds. The diversity of birds in an area can be used as an indicator of stabilizing an area. Changes of vegetation structures due to logging practices can affect the availability of resources for bird communities. The objective of the research was to examine diversity, richness, bird species abundance and bird community similarity at HS1 (logged forest 1974), HS2 (logged forest 1989/1990) and HS3 (fully logged forest 1989/1990) in Seblat Nature Recreation Park (SNRP). The research was conducted in July September 2013. Data collection was conducted by point count method (total 36 points) and mist net method (total 4752 nets hours). The Research showed 85 birds species from 33 families were recorded. HS2 was highest value of diversity and richness (H = 3.63, DMG = 10.07). The highest relative abundance species in HS1 was Emerald Dove (Chalcophaps indica), while HS2 and HS3 were Slender-billed Crow (Corvus enca). The bird community similarity was highest in HS2 and HS3 (ISj = 0.58).How to CiteSusanto, E., Mulyani, Y. A., & Suryobroto, B. (2016). Bird Communities In Seblat Nature Recreation Park (SNRP) North Bengkulu, Bengkulu. Biosaintifika: Journal of Biology & Biology Education, 8(1), 25-32.
Diversity, Composition, and Abundance Distribution of Birds in Kariangau Industrial Zone, Balikpapan City, East Borneo Farajallah, Dyah Perwitasari; Toulec, Tadeas; Lhota, Stanislav; Mulyani, Yeni Aryati; Putera, Alexander Kurniawan Sariyanto
Biosaintifika: Journal of Biology & Biology Education Vol 10, No 3 (2018): December 2018
Publisher : Department of Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences, Semarang State University . Ro

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The Kariangau Industrial Zone extends industry from Balikpapan city in the Central Balikpapan to the coast in Western Balikpapan, forming a part of Balikpapan Bay. Our study aimed to estimate the diversity, species composition, and the abundance distribution of birds at the industrial zone of Balikpapan City. Our study contained six replicates each of boat transects on four rivers, the Somber, Getah, Paka Dua, and Wain rivers during the months of May and June 2017. We calculated the Margalef diversity and Bray–Curtis similarity indices to estimate diversity and species composition, whereas bird abundance distributions were analyzed using Paleontological Statistics (PAST) version 3.12. The Getah river had the highest diversity index (4.846), followed by the Somber (3.988), Wain (3.510), and Paka Dua (3.050) rivers. The Bray–Curtis index revealed high similarity in species composition between the Wain and Paka Dua. Our rarefaction analysis showed that the Wain and Paka Dua rivers were well sampled and had lower species richness, with low differences between the observed and expected species richness, than the Somber and Getah rivers. Fisher Log Series Model also showed abundance distribution being highest at Getah (11.170), and lowest at the Paka Dua Rivers (5.221). This observation may be due to heightened industrial activities and boat traffic on each river. Our study provides a useful baseline for future research on the bird assemblages on Balikpapan Bay.
KEANEKARAGAMAN BURUNG AIR DI BAGAN PERCUT, DELI SERDANG SUMATERA UTARA Erny Jumilawaty; Ani Mardiastuti; Lilik Budi Prasetyo; Yeni Aryati Mulyani
Media Konservasi Vol 16 No 3 (2011): Media Konservasi Vol. 16 Nomor 3, Desember 2011
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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Mudflat in Bagan Percut plays important role for many activities of waterbirds, i.e. feeding ground, shelter and many activities social. The aim of this research was to know waterbirds diversity. This research was found 33 species (5 families) of waterbirds that use mudflat in Bagan Percut. The highest number of species (26 species) was found in October. The highest diversity (H’ = 2.59) was found in February and lowest (H’ = 1.50) in March. The value of evenness (Shannon index) was higher (0.84) in February and lowest (0.60) in March and October. Charadrius leschenaultia, C. mongolus were dominant species. This identification showed that two species Mycteria cinerea and Leptoptilos javanicus were International protected species according to Vulnerable and two species Numenius arquata and Limnodromus semipalmatus Near Threatened IUCN. Fifth teen species of them were protected in Indonesia.  Keyword: bird, bird diversity, Bagan Percut, aquatic birds, waterbirds
PENGGUNAAN JALA KABUT UNTUK STUDI POPULASI BURUNG GEREJA ERASIA (Passer montanus) DI KAMPUS IPB DRAMAGA: VARIASI JUMLAH TANGKAPAN DAN BOBOT TUBUH PADA MUSIM BERBEDA Lina Kristina Dewi; Yeni Aryati Mulyani; Ani Mardiastuti; Fransisca Noni Tirtaningtyas
Media Konservasi Vol 18 No 3 (2013): Media Konservasi Vol. 18 No. 3 Desember 2013
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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The study of birds using mist nets in Indonesia is still small, but this method is good enough to see how the structure of a type of bird. A study of Eurasian Sparrow (Passer montanus) in IPB Darmaga Campus expected to provide information updates on community structure and see this type of variation in body weight in the different seasons. The study was conducted at the end of the rainy season and the beginning of the rainy season in 2012 with the installation of a total of 4514 net hours. During the study 125 individuals caught Eurasian Sparrow (71 individual at the beginning of the rainy season, 56 individuals at the end of the rainy season) and 12 individuals of which the individual retrap. No difference of body weight between the beginning of the rainy season and the end of the rainy season, but there are daily variations in body weight at the end of the rainy season between morning, afternoon and evening (df = 2 , Fvalue = 5.06 , P < 0.01). Individuals in different age classes juvenile are very real in the second season (χ2 = 7.80 ,df = 1 , P < 0.01). In the adult age class, the number of individuals in the second season was not significantly different (χ2 = 0.62 , df = 1 , P > 0.05). Keyword: body weight, structure of age, beginning of the rainy season, end of the rainy season
Komunitas Burung pada Pegunungan Bawah dan Sub-Pegunungan Di Taman Nasional Gunung Halimun Salak Kanthi Hardina; Yeni Aryati Mulyani; Ani Mardiastuti
Jurnal Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan (Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Management) Vol. 9 No. 3 (2019): Jurnal Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan
Publisher : Graduate School Bogor Agricultural University (SPs IPB)

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Bird diversity has been known to be affected by various factors, including elevational gradient. The objective of this study was to describe the bird community trend and its associated habitat conditions on lower mountain and sub-mountain areas. The study was conducted in September-October 2017 in Gunung Halimun Salak National Park, West Java, Indonesia. Bird data were collected using point count method. Data were analyzed by using Shannon-Wiener (H’) diversity index, Margalef’s richness index (DMg), and Bray-Curtis similarity index. Birds were grouped into guilds according to their major diet. There were 54 bird species (23 families) in both altitudes, of which 23 species were found in the lower altitude and 33 species were found in the higher altitude. Contrary to most studies elsewhere, the diversity and richness indices were significantly higher at the sub mountain (H’=2.85; DMg=5.96) than at lower mountain (H'=2.38; DMg=3.79). Insectivores were dominant in both altitudes, although similarity index was low (5%). Bird diversity was higher in the higher altitude due to habitat condition. Lower montain had a higher anthropogenic disturbance than the sub-mountain.
MONITORING of Cacatua sulphurea abbotti POPULATION IN MASAKAMBING ISLAND, INDONESIA Dudi Nandika; Yeni Aryati Mulyani; Dewi Malia Prawiradilaga; Dwi Agustina
BIOTROPIA - The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Biology Vol. 27 No. 3 (2020): BIOTROPIA Vol. 27 No. 3 December 2020
Publisher : SEAMEO BIOTROP

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The Critically Endangered Cacatua sulphurea abbotti is a unique subspecies of cockatoo, endemic to a single tiny Masakambing Island in Indonesia. Data procurement on the status and distribution of their wild population is necessarily urgent in order to determine the best conservation strategy for this species. Data were collected annually from 2008-2018 by a direct roost count method in a roosting tree. Only 10 cockatoos were recorded in 2008, but the number continually increased up to 22 birds in 2018 (42.86% increase in a decade). The population was distributed in about 71% of the total size of the island, concentrated in the north-western part with a density of 1.56 (~ 2 birds/km2) in 2008 which raised up to 3.44 (~ 3 birds/km2) in 2018. The zero trapping policy enforced by the local government was probably effective in preventing the population decline, although the population is still vulnerable due to nesting failure, presumably low genetic quality and habitat destruction.