The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 2011 Supplement 24

PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTH INTERNATIONAL HORNBILL CONFERENCE SINGAPORE 22nd-25th March 2009

Editor: Geoffrey Davison
Assistant Editor: Cheryl S. W. Chia

COVER [pdf, 1.21 MB]

CONTENTS [pdf, 32.2 KB]

FOREWORD. Geoffrey W. H. Davison.  [pdf, 39.6 KB]

The Singapore Hornbill Project: A great but simple idea.  Tuan-Wah Wong. [pdf, 45.8 KB]

Re-introduction of the Oriental Pied Hornbill in Singapore, with emphasis on artificial nests.  Marc Cremades, Huimin Lai, Tuan-Wah Wong, Soon-Kiong Koh, Raja Segran & Soon-Chye Ng. [pdf, 7.84 MB]

A note on the minimum viable population of Oriental Pied Hornbills in Pulau Ubin.  Jinghui Huang. [pdf, 51.4 KB]

Breeding observations on the Oriental Pied Hornbill in nest cavities and in artificial nests in Singapore, with emphasis on infanticide-cannibalism.  Soon-Chye Ng, Huimin Lai, Marc Cremades, Mark Tee-Sin Lim & Sadali bin Mohammed Tali. [pdf, 4.75 MB]

Citizen science and the monitoring of hornbills in Singapore.  Yeow Chin Wee.  [pdf, 48.6 KB]

Action plan for conservation of hornbill species in Irangi Forest, Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Robert Byamana Kizungu. [pdf, 221 KB]

Participatory conservation and monitoring of Great Hornbills and Malabar Pied Hornbills with the involvement of endemic Kadar tribe in the Anamalai Hills of Southern Western Ghats, India.  Amitha Bachan K. H., Ragupathy Kannan, S. Muraleedharan & Shenthil Kumar. [pdf, 1.05 MB]

Status survey of the Malabar Pied Hornbill in the Dandeli region, Northern Western Ghats, India.  Vijayakumar Sneha & Priya Davidar. [pdf, 619 KB]

Vegetation features and restoration initiatives in the Indian Grey Hornbill habitats in Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary, Eastern Ghats, India.  Paramasivam Balasubramanian, Easwaran Santhoshkumar & Chinnasamy Anbarasu. [pdf, 64.2 KB]

Breeding behaviour of Indian Grey Hornbill in Central India.  Pravin Charde, Raju Kasambe & Jeevan L. Tarar. [pdf, 71.7 KB]

Nest sanitation in Indian Grey Hornbill in Central India.  Pravin Charde, Raju Kasambe, Anil Pimplapure & Jeevan L. Tarar. [pdf, 52.2 KB]

Preferential dispersal of Malabar Pied Hornbill from Himalayas to Western Ghats in through the Satpuda Hills, Central India.  Gajanan A. Wagh, Jayant S. Wadatkar & Kasambe Raju. [pdf, 1.58 MB]

Installation of artificial nest cavities for the endangered Great Hornbill: A pilot study in Southern India.  Douglas A. James,
Amitha Bachan K. H. & Ragupathy Kannan
. [pdf, 355 KB]

Distributional status of hornbills in Sri Lanka, 1993 – 2009. Sarath W. Kotagama, Chinthaka Kalathota & Chandralal Kumara. [pdf, 6.83 MB]

An assessment on artificial nest construction for hornbills in Budo Su-Ngai Padi National Park, Thailand. Chakorn Pasuwan, Sura Pattanakiat, Charlie Navanugraha, Vijak Chimchome, Sittichai Madsri, Phuvanart Rattanarungsikul, Preeda Thiensongrusamee, Teerasak Boonsriroj & Pilai Poonswad. [pdf, 4.79 MB]

Wood decay fungi in hornbill nest cavity in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand.  Sirirak Supa-Amornkul, Suthep Wiyakrutta & Pilai Poonswad. [pdf, 796 KB]

Feeding overlap and seed dispersal efficiency between sympatric hornbills and gibbons in Thailand.  Tommaso Savini & Chution Kanwatanakid-Savini. [pdf, 83.3 KB]

Food consumed by Great Hornbill and Rhinoceros Hornbill in tropical rainforest, Budo Su-Ngai Padi National Park, Thailand.  Sukanya Chaisuriyanun, George A. Gale, Sittichai Madsri & Pilai Poonswad. [pdf, 369 KB]

Characteristics of hornbill-dispersed fruits in lowland dipterocarp forests of Southern Thailand.  Shumpei Kitamura, Siriporn Thong-Aree, Sittichai Madsri & Pilai Poonswad. [pdf, 238 KB]

Enumerating the ethno-ornithological importance of Philippine Hornbills.  Juan Carlos T. Gonzalez. [pdf, 1.32 MB]

Observations on the breeding biology of the Helmeted Hornbill in Pahang, Peninsular Malaysia.  Mike H. N. Chong. [pdf, 47.7 KB]

Homes for Sumatran hornbills. David Lee & William Rombang. [pdf, 49.0 KB]

A survey on mass movements of the vulnerable plain-pouched hornbill in the Belum-Temengor Forest Complex, Peninsular Malaysia. Ravinder Kaur, Teresa Ong, Kim Chye Lim & Chin Aik Yeap. [pdf, 1.94 MB]

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