S. (Bas) van Balen, I Wayan A. Dirgayusa, I Made W. Adi Putra and Herbert H. T. Prins - Status and distribution of the endemic Bali starling Leucopsar rothschildi, in: "Oryx Vol 34 No 3 July 2000", Revised manuscript accepted for publication 7 March 2000, p.188-197
Bas van Balen in 1999 published his PhD thesis at Wageningen University (NL) called 'Birds on fragmented islands: persistence in the forests of Java and Bali' also published as 'Tropical Resource Management Papers No 30' (see sources below). Below article presents the abstract and relevant details on the Bali starling in the West Bali National Park - TNBB, including tables and graphics.
The article below is the leaflet text distributed by the Begawan Giri Foundation (Yayasan Begawan Giri), explaining their activities regarding the breeding and releasing into the wild of the Bali Starling (Leucopsar rothschildi) and the Bali Nuri (Trichoglossus haematodus mitchellii), probably published in 2006.
In two articles in the Jakarta Post (22 February 2007) I Wayan Juniartha writes on the endeavours by The Association of Bali Mynah Conservationists (APCB) and the Friends of the National Parks Foundation (FNPF) to safeguard the Bali Myna. This mascot of Bali has found a new home on Nusa Penida.
Nusa Penida: A Safe Haven for the Bali Starling. The fabled mascot of Balinese fauna finds a new home