Nusa Penida bird checklist (2014)

Below list follows the order and names as given in MacKinnon's Field Guide to the Birds of Borneo, Sumatra, Java and Bali (1992/1993). Bird names are given in English (with additional comments on status, e.g. questionable, vagrant, seasonal, introduced, offshore etc.), Indonesian and Latin; use of asterikses is explained below.

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English Indonesian Latin
Streaked Shearwater Penggunting-laut Belang Calonectris leucomomenas
White-tailed Tropicbird Buntut-sate putih Phaethon lepturus
Little Black Cormorant Percuk-padi hitam Phalacrocorax sulcirostris
Christmas (Island) Frigatebird Cikalang Christmas Fregata andrewsi**
Lesser Frigatebird Cikalang kecil Fregata ariel
Pacific Reef-Egret Kuntul karang Egretta sacra
Purple heron Cangak merah Ardea purpurea
Great egret Kuntul besar Egretta alba
Black Kite (questionable) Elang paria Milvus migrans
Oriental Honey-Buzzard (seasonal) Sikep-madu asia Pernis ptilorhynchus
Brahminy Kite Elang bondol Haliastur indus
White-bellied Sea-eagle Elang-laut perut-putih Haliaeetus leucogaster
Crested Serpent-Eagle Elang-ular bido Spilornis cheela**
Changeable Hawk-eagle Elang brontok Spizaetus/Nisaetus cirrhatus
Spotted Kestrel Falco moluccensis Alap-alap sapi**
Barred Buttonquail Gemak loreng Turnix suscitator
Red Junglefowl Ayam-hutan merah Gallus gallus**
Green Junglefowl Ayam-hutan hijau Gallus varius
White-browed Crake Tikusan Alis-putih Porzana cinerea
White-breasted Waterhen Kareo padi Amaurornis phoenicurus
Pacific Golden-Plover (Lembongan) Cerek kernyut Pluvialis fulva
Eurasian Curlew Gajahan besar Numenius arquata**
Whimbrel Gajahan pengala Numenius phaeopus**
Grey-tailed Tattler Trinil ekor-kalabu Tringa/Heteroscelus brevipes
Long-billed Dowitcher Trinil-lumpur paruh-panjang Limnodromus scolopaceus** 
Common Sandpiper Trinil pantai Tringa Hypoleucos**
Black-naped Tern Dara-laut tengkuk-hitam Sterna sumatrana
Bridled Tern Dara-laut batu Sterna anaethetus**
Little Tern Dara-laut kecil Sterna albifrons**
Great Crested-Tern (offshore) Dara-laut Jambul Sterna bergii
Brown Noddy (uncertain, Noddy sp.?) Camar-angguk coklat Anous stolidus
Pink-necked Green-Pigeon Punai gading Treron vernans
Orange-breasted Green-Pigeon Punai Siam Treron bicincta
Black-naped Fruit-Dove Walik kembang Ptilinopus melanospila
Green Imperial-Pigeon Pergam hijau Ducula aenea
Pied Imperial-Pigeon Pergam laut Ducula bicolor
Island Collared-dove Dederuk Jawa Streptopelia torquata**
Spotted Dove Tekukur biasa Streptopelia chinensis
Zebra/Peaceful Dove Perkutut jawa Geopelia striata
Emerald Dove Delimukan zamrud Chalcophaps indica
Rock pigeon Columba livia Columba livia
Yellow-crested Cockatoo Kakatua jambul-kuning Cacatua sulphurea parvula
Red-breasted Parakeet (introduced) Betet biasa Psittacula alexandri
Mitchell's Rainbow Lorikeet Perkici pelangi Trichoglossus haematodus mitchellii
Asian Koel Tuwur Asia Eudynamys scolopacea
Lesser Coucal Bubut alang-alang Centropus bengalensis
Edible-nest Swiftlet Walet sarang-putih Collocalia fuciphaga/fuciphagus
Black-nest swiftlet Walet sarang-hitam Collocalia maxima**
Glossy swiftlet Walet sapi Collocalia esculenta**
Cave swiftlet* Walet gua (?) Collocalia linchii*
Little/House Swift Kapinis rumah Apus affinis
Asian Palm-swiftlet Walet Pelm-asia Cypsiurus balasiensis**
Pacific Swift (Mossy-nest Swiftlet? - vagrant, Lembongan) Walet Sarang-Lumut Collocalia/Aerodramus salangana
Collared Kingfisher Cekakak sungai Todirhamphus/Halcyon chloris
Sacred Kingfisher Cekakak suci Todirhamphus sanctus/ Halcyon sancta
Small Blue Kingfisher (Lembongan) Alcedo coerulescens Raja-udang Biru
Chestnut-headed Bee-eater Kirik-kirik senja Merops leschenauti**
Blue-tailed Bee-eater Kirik-kirik laut Merops philippinus
Rainbow Bee-eater (vagrant?) Kirik-kirik Australia Merops ornatus
Vulvous-breasted Woodpecker Caladi ulam Dendrocopus macei**
Elegant Pitta (possibly extinct on Nusa Penida) Paok la'us Pitta elegans
Barn Swallow Layang-layang api Hirundo rustica
Pacific Swallow Layang-layang batu Hirundo tahitica
Asian House-Martin Layang-layang rumah Delichon dasypus**
Black-winged Flycatcher-Shrike Jinjing batu Hemipus hirundinaceus**
White-shouldered Triller Kapasan sayap-putih Lalage sueurii
Common Iora Tipoh kacat Aegithina tiphia
Sooty-headed Bulbul Cucak kutilang Pycnonotus aurigaster
Yellow-vented Bulbul Marbah cerukcuk Pycnonotus goiavier**
Black Drongo Srigunting hitam Dicrurus macrocercus
Greater Racket-tailed Drongo Srigunting batu Dicrurus paradiseus
Hair-crested Drongo Srigunting jambul-rambut Dicrurus hottentottus
Black-naped Oriole Kepudang kuduk-hitam Oriolus chinensis
Slender-billed Crow Gagak hutan Corvus enca
Large-billed Crow Gagak kampung Corvus macrorhynchos**
Great Tit Gelatik-batu kelabu Parus major
Oriental/Magpie Robin Kucica kampung (Javanese: Kacer; Balinese: Becucu) Copsychus saularis
Golden-bellied Gerygone Remetuk laut Gerygone sulphurea
Mountain Leaf-warbler Cikrak daun Phylloscopus trivirgatus**
Olive-backed-tailorbird Cinenen Jawa Orthotomus sepium**
Bar-winged Prinia Perenjak Jawa Prinia familiaris**
Little Pied Flycatcher Sikatan belang Ficedula westermanni
Pied Fantail Kipasan belang Rhipidura javanica**
Black-naped Monarch (Lembongan) Kehicap ranting Hypothymis azurea
Mangrove Whistler Kancilan bakau Pachycephala grisola**
White-breasted Wood-Swallow Kekep babi Artamus leucorhynchus
Long-tailed Shrike Bentet kelabu Lanius schach
Black-winged Starling Jalak putih Sturnus melanopterus
Bali Myna (introduced) Jalak Bali Leucopsar rothschildi
Javan Myna (Lembongan) Kerak kerbau Acrodotheres javanicus
Plain-throated Sunbird Burung-madu-kelapa Anthreptes malacensis
Olive-backed Sunbird Burung-madu sriganti Nectarinia jugularis
Little Spiderhunter Pijantung kecil Arachnothera longirostra
Indonesian Honeyeater Isap-madu Indonesia Lichmera limbata**
Red-chested Flowerpecker Cabai Lombok Dicaeum maugei
Scarlet-headed Flowerpecker Cabai Jawa Dicaeum trochileum**
Oriental White-eye Kacamata biasa Zosterops palebrosus**
Mountain White-eye Kacamata gunung Zosterops montanus
Lemon-bellied White-eye Kacamata laut Zosterops chloris
Javan Grey-throated White-eye Opior Jawa Lophozosterops javanicus**
Java Sparrow Gelatik Jawa Padda oryzivora
Javan Munia Bondol Jawa Lonchura leucogastroides
Black-faced Munia Bondol taruk Lonchura molucca
Scaly-breasted Munia Bondol peking Lonchura punctulata
White-headed Munia Bondol haji Lonchura maja
Eurasian Tree Sparrow Burung-gereja Erasia Passer montanus

Notable absentees, according to Frank Hemmings (June 2009), yet encoutered by Sudaryanto (2008**)

  • Yellow-vented Bulbul - Merbah cerucuk (Picnonotus goiavier)
  • Olive-backed Tailorbird - Cinenen Jawa (Orthothomus sepium)
  • Bar-winged Prinia - Perenjak Jawa (Prinia familiaris)

Species Lembongan (http://www.birdtours.co.uk/tripreports/indonesia/bali-4/Bali-april-2011.htm)

These were the findings on Nusa Lembongan, according to above mentioned website: "I reached 35 species in two days. Lush scrub and rank, scrawny forest covers much of the island with birds easiest to find at the north end. Notables included White-bellied Sea-Eagle, Barred Buttonquail, a few waders including Grey-tailed Tattlers and Pacific Golden Plover, Collared and Small Blue Kingfishers, Pink-necked Pigeon and lots of Blue-tailed Bee-eaters. Smaller numbers of Barn Swallows and Pacific Swifts were migrating through and this was the only place I saw Javan Myna and Oriental Magpie-Robin, here of the attractive East Java and Bali race C. s. pluto. Small groups of white-eyes all fitted Lemon-bellied White-eyes best; this species is noted as occurring on nearby Nusa Penida and so is presumably here too."

Notes

  • (*) Frank Hemmings (June 2009) spotted the Cave swiftlet (Collocalia linchii) on Nusa Penida and Lembongan, mentioned by MacKinnon (1992/1993) under Collocalia esculenta on plate 42, description on p.358 (1992), which the author has given the Indonesian name 'Walet gua'. This needs verification.
  • (**) Sudaryanto (2008) in personal correspondence (March 2014) clarifies that these data are the result of a three-day birding trip on Nusa Penida in 2006 (month?) by 85 birdwatchers from Lombok, Bali, Java (Surabaya, Malang, Yogyakarta, Jakarta) in occasion of 'Bali Birdwatching Race', organised by Department of Biology, Fac. Sciences/MIPA, Udayana Univsersity, Denpasar, Bali.

 References

  • MacKinnon, John; Karen Philipps, Bas van Balen - Burung-burung di Sumatera, Jawa, Bali dan Kalimantan (Termasuk Sabah, Sarawak dan Brunei Darussalam) Birdlife Indonesia Programme, LIPI - Seri Panduan Lapangan, Maret 1992
  • MacKinnon, John; Karen Philipps, Bas van Balen - A Field Guide to the Birds of Borneo, Sumatra, Java and Bali (Termasuk Sabah, Sarawak dan Brunei Darussalam) Birdlife Indonesia Programme, March 1992

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