Bali starling breeding center opened
The Jakarta Post
A breeding center for the endangered Bali starling was officially inaugurated by the conservation organization Begawan Foundation in Sibang, Badung regency on Tuesday.
Located inside the Green School area, the breeding center is now accommodating 73 starlings.
Twenty of the birds were collected by Koelner Zoo in Germany from various zoos in Europe, and another three came from Jurong ...
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