Bali Starling Bird


Animal Eyes | Bali Starling Bird  | Bird species this one is one step species, these beautiful birds have the white color that makes your eyes shine when he saw, in Indonesia this bird was labeled as animals move, and until this bird has been given strict rules when hunting these animals, like know? The following report

at first glance looks similar to birds and bird starling Starling White Suren, Bali Starling Bird has special characteristics, which have white fur all over his body except at the tip of the tail and wings are colored black. Bali Starling bird's eye dark brown, the area around the eyelids are not hairy with dark blue, crested bird Bali Starling has a beautiful, good at sex on a male or female, has a leg Bali Starling is gray blue with 4 fingers (1 to 3 to the rear and front), part tapered with a length of 2-5 cm, with a distinctive form where at the top there is a flattened elevation upright. Beak color blackish gray with a yellow tip brown.

Bali Starling Bird First reported its discovery by Dr.. Baron Stressmann an ornithologist nationality British on March 24, 1911. On the recommendation Stressmann, Dr. Baron Victor Von Plessenn conduct advanced research (1925) and find the Bali Starling bird distribution ranging from Bubunan up with wide spread Gilimanuk with an estimated 320 km2.

Bali Starling (Leucopsar rothschildi) with the local name of Bali Starling, Curik White, White Bali starling is one of the animals that are endangered and endemic species that exist in Indonesia precisely in the island of Bali, with the broadest distribution among Bubunan Buleleng to Gilimanuk, but at this time confined to the West Bali National Park area exactly in the Cape Peninsula and the Great Dark Prapat Pahlengkong the habitat type of mangrove forest, beach forest, monsoon forest and savanna

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