OOT: FW: Indonesian Bird journal Published; KUKILA 2006

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Subject: OOT: FW: Indonesian Bird journal Published; KUKILA 2006
From: "Colin Trainor" <>
Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2006 21:27:27 +0930
        Just forwarding a message from OrientalBirders egroup.  Please
email Adam   for information on the availability of
Kukila in Australia.

        Thanks, Colin Trainor

        Dear ALL,

        We would like to anounce the arrival of Kukila 13 (May 2006).

        This volume provides all the latest exciting news on birds in
Indonesia, with articles on Nusa Tenggara, Gunung Leuser National Park,
Sulawesi Woodcock, a summary of recent literature, and much more. The
new format boasts photographs, a new section called Around the
Archipelago, and Indonesian summaries of all articles.
        Kukila is available from the Editorial Secretariat or from our
selected partners and outlets in UK (Oriental Bird Club:
 and Natural History Book Service:,
The Netherlands (via Bas van Balen:  and US
(Buteo Books:  In Indonesia the bulletin
can be obtained at PILI-NGO Movement  and some local
book stores.

        Happy reading!


        Adam, Kukila Editorial Secretariat


        Below is the contents of Kukila 13:

        CONTENTS Volume 13, May 2006


        Richard A. Noske

        Main Article

        Colin R. Trainor, Phil. J. Benstead, Keith Martin, Dwi Lesmana,
Dian Agista, M. Charlotte Benstead, Raf Drijvers, and Iwan Setiawan. New
Bird Records for Nusa Tenggara Islands: Sumbawa, Moyo, Sumba, Flores,
Pulau Besar and Timor (p 6)

        Ralph Buij, Elizabeth A. Fox, and Serge A. Wich. Birds of Gunung
Leuser National Park, northern Sumatra (p 23)

        Wilson Novarino, Richard Noske, Anas Salsabila, and Jarulis. A
Mist-netting Study of Birds in Lunang Swamp Forest, West Sumatra (p. 48)

        Short Communications

        Jorys Mole, and Michael F. Wangko. Habitat of the Sulawesi
Woodcock Scolopax celebensis in Lore Lindu National Park (p. 64)

        Magnus Gelang. Sand Martin Riparia riparia: a New Species for
Sumatra (p. 67)

        Magnus Gelang. Large Wood-shrike Tephrodornis gularis: a New
Species for Bali (p. 68)

        Mark Schellekens. Lesser Yellowlegs Tringa f lavipes in Flores:
second record for Indonesia (p. 69)

        Yus Rusila _Noor and Pieter van Eijk. Breeding of Oriental
Darters Anhinga melanogaster at Berbak National Park, Sumatra (p. 71)

        Peter Herkenrath. First record of Hardhead Aythya australis from
Bali (p. 73)

        Peter Herkenrath. First record of Common Kingfisher Alcedo
atthis in Bali for over 100 years (p. 75)

        Muhammad Iqbal and Fadly Takari. Probable first record of
Japanese Night-heron Gorsachius goisagi for  Sumatra (p. 77)

        Muhammad Iqbal and Fadly Takari. First records of Rufous
Night-heron Nycticorax caledonicus for Sumatra (p. 79)

        Mark Schellekens. Two New Terns for Flores: Brown Noddy Anous
stolidus and White Tern Gygis alba (p. 81)

        Around the Archipelago (AtA) (p. 83)


        Frank Lambert. Handbook of the Birds of the World, Volume 9:
Cotingas to Wagtails (p. 89)

        Frank Lambert. Handbook of the Birds of the World, Volume 10:
Cuckoo-shrikes to Thrushes (p. 91)

        Summary of Recent Literature 2002-2004 (p. 94)

        Obituary. Haji Mustafa Kamil Oesman (1915-2004) (p. 105)

        Notice to Contributors (p. 106)

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