National Birds — Indonesia

The Javan Hawk-Eagle is an endemic that gained much publicity when it became the official Indonesian symbol. Photo courtesy (c) LutFi Sahid Nurhakim This bird is rare and endangered due to logging and poaching, though there are conservation efforts being made. The Fauna & Flora International became involved in conserving the Javan Hawk-Eagle in 1997.

Alberta Mountain Forests Ecoregion

Name: Alberta Mountain Forests – NA0501 World Wildlife Fund Location: Alberta, Canada along the Alberta/British Columbia border Size: 15,400 square miles (size of Connecticut and Maryland combined) General Description: The Alberta Mountain Forests are a mixed forest habitat of alpine and subalpine ecosystems. Trees commonly found in this ecoregion are alpine fir and lodgepole pine.

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