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The Two Confiscated Birds in Stabat Released Back in the Wild (December 20, 2016)
Posted on 16:17 December 20th, 2016

Two protected birds, which were recently confiscated in Stabat, Langkat, released by the Wildlife Authority (BBKSDA) North Sumatra in Sibolangit forest. A source at the BBKSDA confirmed to Scorpion Wildife Trade Monitoring Group on Tuesday (20/12/2016)

The team from Scorpion Wildlife Trade Monitoring Group and from the Wildlife Authority (BBKSDA) in North Sumatra rescued the two protected birds from illegal petting in Kacangan Village, Secanggang sub-district of Langkat in North Sumatra province on Tuesday (13th of December 2016). The release of these two birds took place on Sunday (18/2/2016)



The birds a moment before taken by the forestry police .

These two birds have now been released in the wild.

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