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Mohamed bin Zayed Species project number 11052454

Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 11052454) - Javan Hawk Eagle - Awarded $4,000 on December 29, 2011

Mission of the organisation  Promoting of sustainable nature and environmental management partnerships between civil society organizations, public sectors, corporate and government agencies Objectives of the organisation  To rescue, rehabilitate and release or preserve (sanctuary) Javan Hawk Eagle (and other forest raptor) from confiscation then release them to nature base on IUCN Guidelines and Indonesian roles.  To increase people awareness by conservation education and eco-tourism base on raptor. Date it established: 21 November 2007 Geographical area of the project Geographically, Pekalongan Regency located on 6" 50' 42" - 6' 55' 44" South Longitude & 109" 37' 55" - 109" 42' 19" East Longitude Target species covered Javan Hawk Eagle (Nisaetus bartelsi) and other Indonesia forest raptor.

Base on the study, it found 9 individuals of Javan Hawk Eagle in four (4) points of the study area in Pekalongan, Central Java, Indonesia. One of them is young individu. It show that population of Javan Hawk Eagle in the study area is low. One possible cause is hunting by local people and sell it to the illegal market.    



Project 11052454 location - Indonesia, Asia