Join for FREE
It only takes a minute!
Gede Pangrango National Park
(Redirected from Gede Pangrango Nationalpark(Java))
Gede â€“ Pangrango National Park, or Gunung Gede-Pangrango National Park as it may be seen as, is located in the province of West Java south of Jakarta, Indonesia.  Gunung, also seen as Gunong, is an Indonesian/Malay word for a mountain that is routinely used throughout Southeast Asia in mountain and volcano, names. 
Gede-Pangrango makes up the central area of the Cibodas Biosphere Reserve. Contained within the park are two volcanoes, Mount Gede and Mount Pangrango, rain-forests, and numerous species that are endemic to Java. It's surrounded by a buffer zone with working forests, agricultural pursuits such as tea and rice, and human settlements. 
 Notable Species
Gede-Pangrango National Park is the home of a recorded 217 species of birds along with 5 globally threatened species.
Another consideration, applicable to the park, is the 34 endemic species that have been recorded here.
Like all areas, there exists threatened species. As an ironic note, the Indonesian State Bird, the Javan Hawk-Eagle, is recorded as endangered.  However, there is an effort being made to work toward bolstering the species, especially since it is only found on the island of Java where Gede-Pangrango is located. 
Some of the many endemic species attributed to Gede-Pangrango include the Chestnut-bellied Partridge, Green Junglefowl, Gray-cheeked Green-Pigeon, Pink-headed Fruit-Dove, Dark-backed Imperial-Pigeon, Javan Frogmouth, Flame-fronted Barbet, Brown-throated Barbet, Spotted Kestrel, Sunda Minivet, Sunda Cuckooshrike, Rufous-tailed Fantail, White-bellied Fantail, Olive-backed Tailorbird, Sunda Bulbul, Sunda Warbler, Javan Tesia, Pygmy Tit, Lemon-bellied White-eye, Gray-cheeked Tit-Babbler, Crescent-chested Babbler, White-bibbed Babbler, Javan Fulvetta, Blood-breasted Flowerpecker, Scarlet-headed Flowerpecker, and the Javan Munia.
Birds you can see here include:
Blue-breasted Quail, Little Grebe, Barred Cuckoo-Dove, Mountain Imperial-Pigeon, Greater Coucal, Indian Cuckoo, Javan Frogmouth, Savanna Nightjar, Black-nest Swiftlet, Grey-rumped Treeswift, White-breasted Waterhen, Barred Buttonquail, Javan Pond-Heron, Black Eagle, Brown Wood-Owl, Orange-breasted Trogon, Blue-eared Kingfisher, Chestnut-headed Bee-eater, Lineated Barbet, Rufous Piculet, Peregrine Falcon, Banded Broadbill, Golden-bellied Gerygone, Pied Triller, Mangrove Whistler, Black-and-crimson Oriole, White-breasted Woodswallow, Black-winged Flycatcher-shrike, Common Iora, Malaysian Pied-Fantail, Hair-crested Drongo, Black-naped Monarch, Tiger Shrike, Large-billed Crow, Gray-headed Canary-Flycatcher, Cinereous Tit, Zitting Cisticola, Striated Grassbird, Pygmy Cupwing, Barn Swallow, Yellow-vented Bulbul, Mountain Leaf Warbler, Sunda Bush Warbler, Pygmy Tit, Lemon-bellied White-eye, Rufous-fronted Babbler, Temminck's Babbler, Javan Fulvetta, Blue Nuthatch, Short-tailed Starling, Siberian Thrush, Mugimaki Flycatcher, Plain Flowerpecker, Brown-throated Sunbird, Red Avadavat, Eurasian Tree Sparrow, Forest Wagtail, Mountain Serin
 Other Wildlife
 Site Information
 History and Use
 Areas of Interest
 Access and Facilities
Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) is an airport offering scheduled air service to Jakarta and the area around it.
Consult a trusted travel professional for specific, up-to-date information regarding travel to the region and to Gede-Pangrango after your arrival.
Consult the official Gede-Pangrango National Park website for up-to-date information regarding park access and hours of operation.
 Contact Details
 Recommended Citation
 External Links
Content and images originally posted by albatross02