|Gov.Regulation||Decree of the Minister of Forestry and Plantation No 097/Kpts-II/1998|
|Date||26 Nopember 1998|
|Technical implementation Unit||BKSDA DKI Jakarta|
|Note||Originally the Muara Angke Wildlife Reserve was designated as a nature reserve by the Dutch East Indies government on June 17, 1939, with an initial area of 15.04 ha.|
Then the area was expanded so that in about 1960s recorded has an area of 1343.62 ha. With increasing pressure and environmental degradation both within and around the Muara Angke region, some of these nature reserves are subsequently damaged.
Thus, after 60 years of status as a nature reserve, in 1998 the Government changed the status of this area into a wildlife reserve to rehabilitate it. This status change is determined through the Decree of the Minister of Forestry and Plantation No. 097 / Kpts-II / 1998 as Muara Angke Wildlife Reserve with a total area of 25.02 ha.
Although Muara Angke Wildlife Reserve is the smallest in Indonesia, but its role is quite important. Even BirdLife International – one of the world’s bird conservation organizations – incorporates the Muara Angke area as one of the important birds (IBA, Important Bird Areas) of Java.
- Kodya Jakarta Utara
- Kabupaten Kepulauan Seribu
|District||1.1 Kecamatan Penjaringan|
2.1 Kecamatan Kepulauan Seribu Selatan
|Village||1.1.1 Kelurahan Kapuk Muara|
2.1.1 Desa Pulau Untung Jawa
POTENTIAL BIOTIK AREA
|Identification||Most have turned into open swamps overgrown with grasses, reeds (Saccharum spontaneum) and water hyacinth (Eichchornia crassipes).|
Recorded about 30 species of plants and 11 of them are tree species, which live in Muara Angke Wildlife Reserve. The mangrove trees include mangroves (Rhizophora mucronata, R. apiculata), fires (Avicennia spp.), Pidada (Sonneratia caseolaris), and blind wood (Excoecaria agallocha). Several types of mangrove plant associations can also be found in this region such as ketapan (Terminalia catappa) and nipah (Nypa fruticans).
In addition to the above types, there are also several types of trees planted for reforestation. For example, Javanese acid (Tamarindus indica), bintaro (Cerbera manghas), cormis (Acacia auriculiformis), nyamplung (Calophyllum inophyllum), long (Bruguiera gymnorrhiza), and sea waru (Hibiscus tiliaceus).
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|Overview of flora in Jakarta|
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|Identification||Jakarta Green Monster recorded all 91 species of birds, namely 28 species of water birds and 63 species of forest birds, living in this region. About 17 species of them are protected bird species.|
Birds: small pecuk (Phalacrocorax niger), cangak (Ardeola spp.), Herons (Egretta spp.), Kareo rice (Amaurornis phoenicurus), mandar rock (Gallinula chloropus), ordinary parake (Psittacula alexandri), merbah cerukcuk (Pycnonotos goiavier), striped ripple (Rhipidura javanica), sea tapper (Gerygone sulphurea), mangrove sweep (Cyornis rufigastra), Javanese (Prinia familiaris), Javanese (Charadrius javanicus) Javanese (Centropus nigrorufus), crane bluwok (Mycteria cinerea ), …
Primates: long-tailed monkeys (Macaca fascicularis)
Mammals: small-clawed otter (Aonyx cinerea)
Reptile: water lizard (Varanus salvator), python flower (Python reticulatus), Javanese spoon snake alias (Naja sputatrix), wafer snake (Bungarus fasciatus), cone-shaped snake (Homalopsis buccata), rings (Boiga dendrophila) , snake shoots (Ahaetula prasina) and mangrove snakes (Cerberus rhynchops), estuarine crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus).
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|Overview of fauna in Jakarta|
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