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Recent Literature 2016-2018 van Balen, Bas; Taufiqurrahman, Imam; Trainor, Colin; Iqbal, Muhammad
KUKILA Vol 22 (2019)
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First records of Little Stint Calidris minuta in Indonesia Muzika, Yann; Yong, Ding Li; Chowdhury, Sayam U; Putra, Chairunas Adha
KUKILA Vol 23, No 1 (2020)
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Details are presented of the first two Indonesian records of the Little Stint Calidris minuta, discovered during shorebird surveys on the north coast of Aceh Province, Sumatra, between 18 October 2019 and 30 January 2020. As the species has already been recorded multiple times in most of the surrounding countries it is assumed that it had hitherto been overlooked in Indonesia. As further records from other parts of Indonesia can be expected, we summarise key features for distinguishing the species from the very similar Red-necked Stint Calidris ruficollis, with which it often associates.
Nest, egg and vocalisations of the Green-backed Robin Pachycephalopsis hattamensis in the Arfak Mountains, West Papua Donaghey, Richard Hallam; Donaghey, Carolyn A
KUKILA Vol 22 (2019)
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The Green-backed Robin Pachycephalopsis hattamensis is a near-endemic species of Papua (Indonesian New Guinea; Irian Jaya). Its breeding behaviour is poorly known, and its nest, egg and clutch-size were unknown prior to our study. We describe the nest and egg of a Green-backed Robin found near Kwau village in the Arfak Mountains, Papua, in mid-November 2012. A second nest with one young in late January 2012 confirms that the breeding season occurs during the wet season, at least from November to January, in the Arfak Mountains. The nest and egg are similar to those reported for the congeneric White-eyed Robin P. poliosoma in Papua New Guinea, and both species may have clutch-size of one. In our study area, the most frequent and persistent vocalisations of the Green-backed Robin, depicted in two spectrograms, were tu-wee sounds, uttered by both sexes. Other vocalisations heard were a piping whistle and a raspy chur-chatter. The function of these vocalisations is discussed and compared with other Australasian robins. We also describe interactions between the sexes and neighbours.
A Sabine's Gull Larus sabini off the coast of Sumatra Andrew, Paul
KUKILA Vol 2, No 1 (1985)
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An extreme example of aggression displayed by the Greater Racket-tailed Drongo Nash, Anne D; Nash, Stephen V
KUKILA Vol 2, No 1 (1985)
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An annotated checklist of the birds of the Cibodas-Gunung Gede Nature Reserve Andrew, Paul
KUKILA Vol 2, No 1 (1985)
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A word of welcome Salim, Emil
KUKILA Vol 2, No 1 (1985)
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Scarlet-headed Flowerpecker Dicaeum trochileum a new bird for Sumatra Bishop, K David
KUKILA Vol 2, No 1 (1985)
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Introduction Oesman, H M. Kamil
KUKILA Vol 2, No 1 (1985)
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Breeding notes on some Padang-Sugihan birds Nash, Anne D; Nash, Stephen V
KUKILA Vol 2, No 3 (1985)
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Summarized herein are various breeding and nesting observations on 34 species of lowland birds, compiled between September 1984 and August 1985, In the Padang - Sugihan Wildlife Reserve, South Sumatra. The reserve, with an area of 75,000 ha, lies approximately 45 km north-east of Palembang. The habitat types of the reserve are described in the checklist elsewhere in this issue.

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