Results of PEH Monitoring from TNGC Office, Population of Javan Eagle in Mount Ciremai National Park Increases

- Rabu, 18 Januari 2023 | 09:06 WIB
Javan eagle born in TNGC, last June 2022.
Javan eagle born in TNGC, last June 2022.

KABAR ALAM - Monitoring of the Javan eagle (Nisaetus bartelsi) in the Mount Ciremai National Park (TNGC) area has been carried out since 2014.

This is one of the activity performance indicators (IKK) of the KSDAE Directorate of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK) as a protected species.

As quoted from the Instagram account @gunung_ciremai upload, on Sunday 25 December 2022, the Forest Ecosystem Controller (PEH) determined 10 monitoring sites consisting of 5 sites at the Kuningan Region I SPTN and 5 sites at the Majalengka Region II SPTN.

Indonesian Version: Hasil Monitoring PEH Balai TNGC, Populasi Elang Jawa di Taman Nasional Gunung Ciremai Bertambah

Observations are made every month, especially April to June 2022 which is the parenting season.

The monitoring team for the Javan eagle species is led by Iwan Sunandi with 5 PEHs. Escorted by the PEH Coordinator , Silvia Lucyanti, explained the results of monitoring carried out by the team for the past 8 years.

As of December 2022, there were 34 Javan eagles found at 10 permanent monitoring sites and 5 inventory sites.

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In 2021, 32 pairs were recorded, so that in 1 year there will be an addition of 2 Javanese eagles .

In 2023, there will be 15 observation sites. Head of Gunung Ciremai National Park Center, Maman Surahman said, the results obtained by the PEH team were very encouraging.

"The results obtained are extraordinary, it only remains to pack them properly so they can be informed to the wider community that the ecosystem of Mount Ciremai National Park is getting better," he said.

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At the same time, resource person Zaini Rakhman was present. Zaini said that it is also necessary to study the type of ecosystem at the monitoring site and the range of animals to determine whether the individuals found are the same.

"Each individual has its own habitat reference so that it becomes an important record for encounters with Javanese eagles during monitoring." he said.


Editor: Islaminur Pempasa


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