Journal of Indonesia Ornithology issue

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From: colin trainor <>
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2014 08:38:04 +0930
Hi - A new issue of Kukila - Journal of Indonesian Ornithology was published.

If anyone wishes to publish articles on observations from recent visits (Bali, 
Java, South Maluku, Papua etc), or contribute individual notable distributional 
or breeding records in the Around the Archipelago section etc, please contact 
the editors Bas van Balen:  or via the website:



Kukila Volume 17, No. 2 is published!

                Enormous flocks of Eyebrowed Thrushes have recently been 
discovered wintering in South Sumatra, but local villagers shoot up to 
500 for the pot in a single night.
 This is the topic of a short communication in the latest issue (Volume 17, 
Part 2) of Kukila,
 the journal of Indonesian ornithology. Covering one of the most 
biodiverse regions on the Earth and the country with the greatest number
 of threatened bird species, Kukila is now almost 30 years old.
 issue includes full length articles on the dynamics of the waterbirds 
of East Kalimantan’s Middle Mahakan wetlands, understorey birds of 
Sarawak’s Gunung Gading National Park, and additions to the avifauna of 
Bintan and Batam Islands in the Riau Archipelago, just south of 
 Short communications include the first national or 
island records of Eurasian Hobby, Pectoral Sandpiper and Ruff, and 
observations of the Sunda Coucal’s diet.
 Our special section 
‘Around the Archipelago’ is another bumper with over 23 pages of records
 and photos of new or unusual island or provincial records. This is 
followed by a review of the recently published Special Volume and Index 
of the Handbook of the birds of the World, and its relevance to 
Indonesian ornithology.  
 Kukila is biannual, and the 
next issue is expected to appear in September 2014. All issues to date 
are available for downloading on our website. We welcome articles and 
new distributional records of Indonesian birds from ornithologists, 
birdwatchers and tour guides.

All submissions to Kukila will also now be managed online. If you are 
interested to submit an article, click here for more details.

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and email addresses will not be used for other purposes.

Any questions or comments, please send us an email 
The Kukila Editorial Team. March 2014

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