Nusa Penida 2011 Maj-Aug

Bird Conservation, “Nest box Installation”

Nusa Penida (Bali), 02 Maj 2011 – FNPF started a Bali Starling Nest Box program in May 2011. The purpose of this program was to give a better change for Bali Starling (Leucopsar rothschildi) to reproduce in Nusa Penida.  FNPF installed the first nest box at Dalem Bungkut temple area where there is an active pair of birds breeding.

I 2011, FNPF expects there are 15 nest boxes can be installed. I mellemtiden, the nest box that needed in 2012 is depend on all number of nest box in this year. Up to August 2011 we got 10 supporters who sponsored a nest box each.  Now, FNPF has had 10 installed nest box who sponsored by some parties. Thanks to all of the donors; Marry Wilson & friends, Café Des’artise, Grøn Skole, Rotary Club Bali Sunset, Jane Cummins, Jc and Family, Marvie Marchi, Barbara Mc Gregor, Shanti Mission, and Mary Rose.

Trans 7 make a film about FNPF’s Nusa Penida Bird Sanctuary

Nusa Penida (Bali), 13 Maj 2011 – FNPF’s Nusa Penida Bird Sanctuary has received wide media coverage because of FNPF’s unique approach that has transformed the island into a safe area where Bali Starling and other bird species can live side by side with humans. Trans 7 one of Indonesia’s National TV stations spent 4 days producing their programs called “Jalan-jalan. This program promotes unique / usædvanlige turistmål til indonesiske og udenlandske turister.

Although it has already many TV programs that explore about traveling but this program has its own privileges. TV programJalan-jalanshows something new and unique in a local area. This program basically is to promote unique / unusual tourist destination to the Indonesian or foreigner. From this activity indicates that the Nusa Penida is quite feasible not only as a tourist destination but also the location of the protection of birds.

Library and Nursery Renovation

Nusa Penida (Bali), 28 Mei 2011 – The Australian Consulate Bali supported FNPFs’ community development program through their Direct Aid Program (DAP). Med deres støtte FNPF forbedret og renoveret vores bibliotek (built in 2006) og børnehavebygget iin 2005). Those facilities now become tidier and function better than ever.

In the library there were more than 350 books available that we obtained from donations and purchases by the FNPF. It took more books to support the improvement of children knowledge and capacity in Nusa Penida. Meanwhile in nursery, FNPF had produced about 26000 seeds ready for planting. The seeds were used for supporting FNPF’s reforestation activities in Nusa Penida. Desuden, lokale folk kunne få gratis frø skal plantes af deres eget selv. There were still many shortcomings we had and without the support of various parties, we could not perform a maximum effort.

takeholder Møde med Nusa Penida landsby Ledere

Nusa Penida (Bali), 29 Maj 2011 – In order to maintain the good relationship with the local community and to get more update information about what we could do together FNPF had organized a meeting with all of the traditional village leader at the island (Bendesa Adat). During this meeting we discussed and evaluated our role on both side to make the conservation work at the island last for long time and sustainable in the future.

Activity which was attended by 22 Bendesa Customary (traditional head) producerer nogle af de punkter, som skulle styrke gennemførelsen af ​​gawe-gawe / lokale regler, der er defineret, supports all forms of FNPF’s conservation activities. This meeting was also expected to become a means of gathering to establish better communication and relationship.

World Environment Day Painting Competition

Nusa Penida (Bali), 05 Juni 2011 – Maya Ubud Spa and Resort sponsored FNPFs’ first Painting Competition to celebrate the World Environment Day. The event was followed by 8 students in Junior High School and enlivened by 12 students in Primary School in Nusa Penida.

The number of environmental problems was caused by indifference. Through this painting competition activity was expected be able to encourage children awareness to their environment that expressed in the form of art. Det var ikke kun begrænset til som kunstværker, men også kan bruges som et lærings-og kampagne medier. It was given magnitude of the benefits obtained from this activity, FNPF hoped this activity could be a fixed agenda that carried out each year.
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Udgivelsesdato 100 Java Sparrows (Frog oryzivora)to celebrate 5th year of FNPF’s Bali Starling project

Nusa Penida (Bali), Juli 2011 – To celebrate FNPF’s 5th year since releasing the first Bali Starling on Nusa Penida, FNPF frigivet 100 Java Sparrow (Frog oryzivora). Ms. Verna Sympson as the Director of Humane Society International Australia, Indonesian Government officers from Bali, the head of all Nusa Penida villages, local NGOs and local community members attended and participated in this event. Thanks to Mr. John Duffield and Ms.Rachel Plecas who provided 10 Bali Starlings for future releases.

In this month FNPF also accepted 10 Bali stære. They were Bali Starling chicks flown who arrived from a registered breeder in Bandung. We always kept our commitment to conserve the wildlife included birds. As you know the Bali Starling genetic diver population in Bali remained under threat, prompting the FNPF to turn to Nusa Penida to establish a sanctuary for the birds.
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FNPF provides training for
Bali Starling (Leucopsar rothschildi) conservation in West Bali National Park

West Bali National Park (Bali), 22 Juni 2011 – The success of FNPF’s Bali Starling conservation in Nusa Penida inspired the forestry department to develop a similar project in the West Bali National Park, the location of the last wild Bali Starling on Bali. FNPF’s director, Dr. Bayu Wirayudha, was invited to share his knowledge and experience about FNPF’s bird conservation in Nusa Penida.

Although the first bird release program in Nusa Penida was getting opposition from some parties but we were quite pleased because it could be proven as a success program. It attracted others to conduct the program by using the same approach.

FNPF’s director was invited to share the experience about this bird conservation in Nusa Penida that involved local to protect the bird. It was attended by 25 people from Sumber Kelompok. Through this event was expected that people could improve their skill in breeding bird in particular Curik Bali (Leucopsar rothschildi). They planned in 2013 they also could release some birds.

FNPF’s Conservation Competition on Indonesia’s Independence Day

Nusa Penida (Bali), 17 August 2011 – For the 7th year on August 17, FNPF ran a conservation education competition on Nusa Penida island. This year, 27 students participated from 9 secondary schools in Nusa Penida. This event remains one of the most popular events of Indonesia’s Independence Day celebrations on the island.

Conservation competition in this year was followed by 12 students of Junior High School from 9 schools in Nusa Penida. Den anfægtede emne var om naturbeskyttelse og miljø spørgsmål levesteder og dyreliv. Arrangementet var mere festligt end konkurrenterne i de foregående år på grund af der var supplerende faciliteter. Det var klokker. Det gjorde konkurrence blev mere velordnet. Konkurrencen blev vundet af studerende fra SMPN 3 Nusa Peniada til mester, SMP Satu Atap Kulumpu Nusa Penida as runner up, and SMP Satu Atap Bunga Mekar Nusa Penida as the third winner. We were very grateful to Humane Society International (HSI) who had sponsored this competition and all parties who have involved so the event could be hold.

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