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Asian Songbirds hunted for their song Asian songbirds have reached crisis point. Demand for a wide array of songbirds throughout Southeast Asia has resulted in a frenzy of illegal trapping and unsustainable trade to supply demand for them as caged birds. This has driven some species like the Straw-headed Bulbul to local extinction. In countries including Indonesia, Viet Nam and Singapore they are bought and entered into singing contests.
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Wednesday, September 5, By Joshua Rapp Learn The three species colloquially called black-winged mynahs are critically endangered, with the illegal trade for pet birds in Indonesia playing a major role in their decline. Meanwhile some 40, live in captivity in Indonesia, according to new research. Researchers fear the black-winged mynah could go the way of the scimitar-horned oryx, an antelope native to the Sahara that went extinct in the wild around from overhunting but still exists in large numbers in captivity. Black-winged mynahs, grey-rumped mynahs, and grey-backed mynahs are closely related species in the starling family that are endemic to Indonesia. Over the years he noticed that as mynahs became more common in the markets, they grew ever scarcer in the forests.
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Over the course of the three-day summit, experts agreed upon a priority list of 28 songbird species in the Greater Sunda region that are verging on extinction if the illegal trade is left unchecked, and identified 12 species needing immediate action. This suggests an urgent need to reassess the status of many of these priority species. At the centre of the songbird trade is Indonesia, a country with an insatiable demand for songbirds.
Sept Last day of the summit! Oct 28 - Haze unfortunately is still with us one month later : Many of the songbirds on the list are from Indonesia and are being wiped out in the wild because of the domestic trade; however, as the host country of this conference, where does Singapore fit into this? Improved monitoring and enforcement was identified as actions needed for songbird protection here. Songbird competitions - although not as popular here - are still around.