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Strategi Pengembangan Ekowisata Mangrove Tongke-Tongke Di Kabupaten Sinjai Mahifa, Tamrin Salim; Maulany, Risma Illa; Barkey, Roland A
Jurnal Hutan dan Masyarakat VOLUME 10 NOMOR 2, DESEMBER 2018
Publisher : Fakultas Kehutanan, Universitas Hasanuddin

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/jhm.v10i2.3997

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Persepsi  wisatawan perlu diketahui agar dalam pengembangan fasilitas wisata  dapat lebih mudah diarahkan sehingga penggunaan fasilitas wisata dapat lebih optimal. Oleh karena itu, penelitian ini dimaksudkan untuk menganalisis faktor-faktor pengembangan ekowisata kawasan mangrove Tongke-Tongke khususnya ditinjau dari persepsi masyarakat yang dalam hal ini juga melibatkan wisatawan dengan tujuan untuk memperoleh rumusan dan mengusulkan strategi pengembangan kawasan mangrove Tongke-Tongke sebagai kawasan ekowisata berbasis masyarakat. Penelitian ini dilaksanakan selama akhir bulan November 2017 sampai akhir bulan Januari 2018. Pengambilan data dilakukan dengan kuesioner dan wawancara. Selanjutnya data yang diperoleh dianalisis dengan deskriptif kualitatif dan pendekatan SWOT untuk merumuskan strategi pengembangan ekowisata mangrove Tongke-Tongke. Hasil penelitian dengan analisis SWOT menunjukan posisi strategi berada pada kuadran I yang berarti pengembangan ekowisata mangrove Tongke-Tongke yang menjadi prioritas utama yakni strategi S-O yaitu (a) Mengoptimalkan daya tarik wisata mangrove Tongke-Tongke dengan tetap mempertahankan kealamian potensinya, (b) Meningkatkan pelatihan kepada masyarakat dalam bidang pariwisata, (c) Melakukan pembinaan terhadap pengelola, dan (d) Meningkatkan koordinasi dengan pemerintah Kabupaten Sinjai.
Interpretasi Objek Wisata di Taman Wisata Alam Cani Sirenreng, Kabupaten Bone Maulany, Risma Illa; Rachman, Muhammad Fiqhi; Achmad, Amran
PERENNIAL Vol 14, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Forestry Faculty of Universitas Hasanuddin

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/perennial.v14i2.5647

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Cani Sirenreng Nature Tourism Park is located in the  Bone Regency  which is under managed of Bureau Agency of the Conservation of The Natural Resources of South Sulawesi. This research aims to develop materials for the purposes of the interpretation of natural attractions in Cani Sirenreng Nature Tourism Park. The tourism object of Cani Sirenreng Nature Tourism Park was studied based on block utilization. The tourism object interpreted are physical, biological (flora and fauna) and social-cultural around the park. The first track was the track to Baruttunge Waterfall which became the main object with a height of 70 m waterfall, which is formed on the three levels of waterfalls. The second track was  the track to Coppo Cempa which featuring rows of hills and panoramic sunrise or sunset. In the track of  Coppo Cempa, there were 27 species of birds found here including Sulawesi Serpent Eagle  and Rofous Wingged Buzzard which were protected under the regulation. Direct interaction with the community around and viewing direct harvesting of nira of sugar palm can also be done in this track. This information can be used as the interpretation material to visitors coming to Cani Sirenreng Nature Tourism ParkKey words: Nature Tourism Park; potential of nature tourism; track (interpretation) tourism.
CHALLENGES FOR CONSERVATION OF SULAWESI CRESTED BLACK MACAQUE (Macaca nigra) Maulany, Risma Illa
PERENNIAL Vol 2, No 2 (2006)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/perennial.v2i2.158

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Macaca nigra (kera jambul hitam) adalah salah satu satwa endemik di Pulau Sulawesi yang populasinya di alam semakin berkurang. Menurunnya populasi satwa ini utamanya disebabkan oleh meningkatnya populasi penduduk yang secara tidak langsung mempengaruhi tingkat perburuan satwa ini, yang umumnya dikonsumsi sebagai makanan tradisional masyarakat setempat. Perburuan ini dilakukan semata-mata hanya untuk tujuan komersial. Akses jalan Trans-Sulawesi yang semakin baik juga telah membuka peluang yang lebih besar bagi para pemburu dan pedagang dalam melakukan perdagangan satwa liar. Selain itu, status kawasan, lemahnya penegakan hukum, minimnya sumberdaya manusia pengelola kawasan, dan lemahnya manajemen kawasan serta aktivitas wisata yang tidak bertanggung jawab juga turut berperan dalam menurunnya populasi kera jambul hitam. Tulisan ini mencoba untuk mengetengahkan isu-isu yang mempengaruhi populasi M. nigra di alam dan mengidentifikasi tantangan-tantangan yang harus dihadapi dalam konservasi satwa ini. Rekomendasi untuk mempertahankan populasi dan melestarikan satwa ini juga dibahas dalam tulisan ini. Key words: wild meat, wildlife trade, wildlife tourism, north sulawesi References
IDENTIFIKASI POTENSI OBYEK EKOWISATA DESA BONTO MASUNGGU, KECAMATAN TELLU LIMPOE, KABUPATEN BONE Maulany, Risma Illa; Putri, Andi Utami Batari; Achmad, Amran
PERENNIAL Vol 14, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/perennial.v14i1.4997

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The village of Bonto Masunggu is one of the villages in Tellu Limpoe District, Bone Regency. This research aims to know the potential object of ecotourism, cultural and biophysical data in the form of community in the village of Bonto Tellu Limpoe, Kecamatan Masunggu, Kabupaten Bone. There are two locations namely lane Waterfall Showdown-Showdown and the Waterfall Poko ' Pinjeng. The observed variables i.e. biological potential (flora and fauna), the potential physical and cultural community in the village of Bonto Tellu Limpoe, Kecamatan Masunggu, Kabupaten Bone. The first location is the path of the waterfall a showdown-Showdown that has high 24.9 meters and width of 18.3 meters. There are different types of Bitti (Vitex coffasus) valued economic and trade and bird species endemic to Sulawesi Thrush (Geomalia heinrichi) geomalia is included in the list of the IUCN category (NT) and the Sulawesi Hornbill (Aceros cassidix) is endemic to sulawesi at once included in the list of protected IUCN categories (VU). The second location is the path of the waterfall Poko ' Pinjeng have 41 meters and a width of 43 metres. Terapat 21 species of birds including Kring-kring yellow chest (Prioniturus flavicans) is endemic to Sulawesi which includes list of IUCN categories (NT). Key words: the potential object of ecotourism, Camping ground, Waterfall, Sapi-sapiria cave
KEANEKARAGAMAN JENIS BURUNG PADA HUTAN DATARAN RENDAH DI KOMPLEKS GUNUNG BULUSARAUNG TAMAN NASIONAL BANTIMURUNG BULUSARAUNG Maulany, Risma Illa; Lira, Jumriah; Achmad, Amran; Achmad, Nida' Sari
PERENNIAL Vol 15, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Forestry Faculty of Universitas Hasanuddin

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/perennial.v15i1.6791

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Lowland Forest at the complex of Bulusaraung mountain  in the Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park is one of important habitat of birds in South Sulawesi. This study aimed to identify bird’s diversity in the Lowland Forest of Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park for ecotourism purposes. This research was carried out for 2 months between April and May 2018. The data were gathered by using line transect method. The data were analyzed by using Shannon-Weiner diversity index, Evenness index, Margalef species richness index, and Sorensen Similarity index. The result of the study showed that, there were 23 species of birds found in the three lines of observation tracks. There were 19 species  found in Balleanging, 12 species  in Kattokaddaro and 15 species  found in Tompobulu.The highest value of bird diversity index was found in Tompobulu (H '= 1,73) followed by Balleanging (H' = 1,54) and Kattokaddaro routes (H '= 1,43). Therefore, the diversity of bird species in the three observation pathways can be used as objects and attractions in the development of ecotourism based on bird watching in wildlife conservation efforts.
Respon Terhadap Konflik Oleh Masyarakat Komunitas Kontu dalam Kawasan Hutan Lindung Jompi Kabupaten Muna Sulawesi Tenggara Iqbal, Laode Muhammad; Dasir, Muhammad; Maulany, Risma Illa
Jurnal Hutan dan Masyarakat VOLUME 11 NOMOR 1, JULI 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/jhm.v11i1.4774

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The case of conflict occurring in the Jompi protected forest is a conflict between the Kontu community and the Muna District Forest Service. The problems that occur because the community is not allowed to enter the protected forest area while the people from the past have lived and has dependent in the forest. The community's productive land is within Jompi's protected forest area. History notes that the protected forest area of Jompi has been traditionally utilized by the community of Kontu communities. So that social pressure of the community then manages the land in the Forest area without permission from the Forest Service. This is done by Kontu and the poor from the city of Raha to make ends meet. Based on this case, this study examines how the responses about the conflicts by Kontu communities in utilizing the Jompi protected forest area, Muna Regency, Southeast Sulawesi. Data analysis is done descriptively narrative which presents data descriptively in the form of chart, matrix to facilitate comprehension of data analysis result which have obtained more integrated. The results obtained in this study that the causes of the conflict that occurred between Kontu Community and Muna District Forest Service began in 1999, when the issuance of Forestry Ministerial Decree No. 454 / Kpts-II / 1999 by the Ministry of Forestry which designates the forest area of Southeast Sulawesi. Communities respond to conflict in different ways. Some communities respond strongly that those expressed in the form of resistance as their resistance to conflict and there is also a weak response, expressed by migration although not so much.