|Posted by indra andriyadi on April 21, 2014 at 9:40 AM|
Approximately 27 cm . Dark with a ribbon - throat bungalan pale rust - red and white sign on a small inconspicuous fourth primary feathers ( the amount calculated from the outer wings ) ; no white on the tail .
Latin Name : Eurostopodus diabolicus
( Read: burung ciblek )
English Name : Sulawesi Eared - nightjar
Indonesian Name : Taktarau devil
Altitude : 250 - 1750 m
Endemic : Sulawesi
Country Endemic : Yes
Distribution : Sulawesi
IUCN Status : VU
Year of Status : 2011
Protected Areas : No
Restricted Range Species : Yes
Identification: Approximately 27 cm . Dark with a ribbon - throat bungalan pale rust - red and white sign on a small inconspicuous fourth primary feathers ( the amount calculated from the outer wings ) ; no white on the tail .
Voice : A little known , but the sound on -the-fly may include a weak scream , the sound whirrip hard and soft churrs
Habit : Collection of specimens derived from the clump of rattan in the forest . Records obtained came from a silent birds observed during dusk and dawn : a) perched on a small twig approximately as high as 0.5 m from the ground at the edge of the road ; b ) perched above the road in an open area on the ridge of a hill ; c ) searching for prey along the edge of the forest at a height of 1-35 m , mostly 5-15 m ; d ) passing quickly in the middle layer on top of the open area fraction .
Global Distribution : Endemic in the north and north central Sulawesi
Local Distribution : Rare and local . Frequently visited gaps in primary forest and deforested mountains and choose .
( Read: pakan burung )
Habitat : Primary forest mountains , selectively logged forest
Threats : forest fragmentation , land clearing for transmigration settlements , shifting cultivation , large -scale plantation agriculture and logging