Keanekaragaman Jenis Burung Di Hutan Rakyat Pekon Kelungu Kecamatan Kotaagung Kabupaten Tanggamus
Bird is one of the wild animals that often utilized by people. Since the condition of natural ecosystems pressed continually, the conservation efforts for bird also need to be done. Qece 4ionservation efforts also need to be done in other areas, one of them is at the community forest. One of the community forest identified as bird habitats is the community forest in Kelungu Village. Besides as timber production, community forest also serve as protection and preservation place of birds diversity. This research necessary because of the lack the data about the diversity of bird species in this area. The purposes of this research was to determine the diversity of bird species in the community forest Kelungu Village, Kotaagung Subdistrict, Tanggamus, Lampung Province. The research was conducted in June 2015 using a direct observation method (point count) at three points of the observation location that were the border between the community forest and the settlement (PC 1), between the palm garden and protected forest (PC 2), and river border lines (PC 3) with 3 repetitions. The results showed there were 27 bird species from 16 families (3018 individuals). The first habitat type has (H'= 1.701) Shannon Weiner diversity index. The second habitat type has (H'=2.630) then the third habitat type has (H'= 2.58) were classified moderate. Evenness index in first habitat (J= 0.578) was classified relatively, in second habitat (J= 0.817) and third habitat (J= 0.801) were classified stable. Similarity index (PC I and II = 0.773) and (PC I and III = 0.773) were classified high category, (PC II and III = 1) very high category.
Keywords: birds, biodiversity, community forest, and Kelungu Village
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