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Chestnut-capped Laughing thrush and other birds in cages at a stall just outside Pramuka market, Jakarta © Serene Chng / TRAFFIC

In the market for extinction Eastern and Central Java

Chestnut-capped Laughing thrush and other birds in cages at a stall just outside Pramuka market, Jakarta © Serene Chng / TRAFFIC

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Published 11th August 2016

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Indonesia’s bird life plundered to supply Javan bird markets

Jakarta, Indonesia, 11th August 2016 — A thriving trade in Indonesia’s native birds exists, well beyond the notorious bird markets of Jakarta, reports a new TRAFFIC study which turns the lens on eastern and central Java.

In the market for extinction: eastern and central Java

Report author(s):
Serene C. L. Chng, James A. Eaton

Publication date:
August 2016


Notes:

In the market for extinction: Sukahaji, Bandung, Java, Indonesia  by S.C.L. Chng, M. Guciano & J.A. Eaton published in BirdingASIA.