Monday, November 5, 2012

Jalak Bali released into the wild

Jalak Bali is a rare bird that is now endangered. In the wild, Jalak Bali birds population is now very small, caused by uncontrolled illegal arrest.

Monday, 5 November 2012, eight Jalak Bali birds released into the wild in an effort to increase the population is now declining. Jalak Bali is released from captive breeding and breeding is done in Sibang.

Birds were off an average of 5 months of age. Amounts off eight birds. All the birds have been able to breed and feed themselves. The release of this bird in asilitasi by the Begawan Foundation.