Latitude :
2 37 12 S Logitude : 104 45 0
Altitude :
0 to 0 metres
Area :
200000 ha Wetlands: 0 ha
Status : NULL
Legislation : NULL
Tenure : Government of Indonesia and local residents
Province :  
  Site Description  
  This very large river delta comprises some of the most extensive mangrove forests of Sumatra with intact transitions to freshwater and peat swamp forests. Along the coast lay vast mudflat areas, some more than 1 mile wide at low tide. There are few large coastal villages; very characteristic of the area are the many pole villages built in front of the coast on the mudflats. A large part of the swamp forest has already been felled. Principal vegetation: Mangrove forests. More than 30 species are known to occur. The main species are: Rhizophora mucronata, R.apiculata, Avicennia alba, A.marina, Sonneratia alba, S.acida, Ceriops tagal, Ceriops candoleana, Xylocarpus sp. There are also some extensive Nypa swamps.  
  Site Location  
  This coastal site incorporates much of the area between the Banyuasin and the Buluranriding rivers and extends south towards the provincial city of Palembang. It is part of the coastal swampland forming a continuous belt along the east coast of Sumatra.  
  Special Memmo  
  The mangrove forest serves as an important breeding and nursery area for many sea-fish and prawn/shrimp species. The mudflats may have a high potential for cockle industry. The area is one of the richest areas in Crustacean species of Indonesia. The mang  
  List of Birds (65 species)  
Species Red Data Book Cites
Actitis hypoleucos
Alcedo meninting
Anas gibberifrons
Anas gracilis
Anhinga melanogaster Lower Risk
Apus affinis
Ardea cinerea
Ardea purpurea
Ardea sumatrana Lower Risk
Ardeola speciosa
Arenaria interpres
Butorides striatus
Calidris alba
Calidris canutus
Calidris ferruginea
Calidris ruficollis
Calidris tenuirostris
Charadrius alexandrinus
Charadrius leschenaultii
Charadrius mongolus
Charadrius squatarola
Chlidonias hybridus
Chlidonias leucopterus
Chrysocolaptes lucidus
Collocalia esculenta
Dendrocygna javanica
Egretta alba
Egretta eulophotes Endengered
Egretta garzetta
Egretta intermedia
Egretta sacra
Gelochelidon nilotica
Halcyon chloris
Haliaeetus leucogaster App II
Haliastur indus App II
Hirundo rustica
Hirundo tahitica
Hydroprogne caspia
Ichthyophaga ichthyaetus Lower Risk App II
Leptoptilos javanicus Vulnerable
Limicola falcinellus
Limnodromus semipalmatus Lower Risk
Limosa lapponica
Limosa limosa
Merops philippinus
Mycteria cinerea Vulnerable App I
Numenius arquata
Numenius madagascariensis Lower Risk
Numenius phaeopus
Passer montanus
Pelecanus philippensis Vulnerable
Pluvialis dominica
Pluvialis fulva
Pluvialis squatarola
Sterna albifrons
Sterna bengalensis
Sterna bergii
Sterna hirundo
Threskiornis melanocephalus Lower Risk
Tringa guttifer Endengered App I
Tringa nebularia
Tringa ochropus
Tringa stagnatilis
Tringa totanus
Xenus cinereus
  List of Mammals (10 species)  
Species Red Data Book Cites
Cervus unicolor
Cynogale benettii Endengered App II
Felis bengalensis App I
Lutra lutra App I
Macaca fascicularis Lower Risk App II
Macaca nemestrina Vulnerable App II
Panthera tigris Endengered App I
Sus barbatus Lower Risk
Sus scrofa
Trachypithecus cristatus Lower Risk App II
  List of Fish (0 species)  
Species Red Data Book Cites
  List of Crustaceans (0 species)  
Species Red Data Book Cites
  List of Mollusks (0 species)  
Species Red Data Book Cites
  List of Amphibians (0 species)  
Species Red Data Book Cites
  List of Reptiles (2 species)  
Species Red Data Book Cites
Chitra indica Critically Endengered
Crocodylus porosus Vulnerable App II
  List of Vegetations (10 species)  
Species Red Data Book Cites
Avicennia alba
Avicennia marina
Ceriops candolleana
Ceriops tagal
Nypa sp.
Rhizophora apiculata
Rhizophora mucronata
Sonneratia acida
Sonneratia alba
Xylocarpus sp.