Watangan Puger Nature Reserve

Watangan Puger Nature Reserve


Longitude (DD) 113.48333300
Latitude (DD) -8.38333300
Designation Nature Reserve
Status Designated
Current Status Not Known
Establishment Year 1919
IUCN Category Ia
Documented Total Area (ha) 1


There are approximately 18 species of plants that dominate this area of natural Reserve. Some types of them are:

Billowing (Sterculia foetida)
Lo (ficus glomerata)
Bendo (arthocarpus sp)
Slumprit (Terminalia sp)
Kedu (Planchonida sp)
Kesambi (schleichera oleosa)
Perfect (Dillenia qurea)
Waru sea (Habicus sp)


Some species that inhabit the wild Creatures Nature Reserve area Puger Watangan include:

Black monkeys (Presbytis cristata)
Gray monkeys (Macaca Fascicularus)
Kalong (Pteropus vamphyrus)
Drongo (Dicrurus sp)
Turtledove (Geopelia striata)
Finches (Pycnonotus sp)
Deruk (Ducula bicolor)
Trocokan (Pycnonotus geoavier)

Type of gray monkey was already accustomed to human presence around it or with visitors, they fearlessly approached the people who want memeberikan eat.


Variations of natural scenery is quite interesting mountain scenery of Mount Puger, sea and estuary area Bedadung.

River estuary at this Bedadung haven fishing boats which hung Puger Watangan village beach.
* The uniqueness / specificity

Kucur water source is spring water that comes from the hill forests. At the time of the Japanese position that the water source is accommodated in artificial ponds with the size 20 x 8 x 2 meters.

Until now, the pool is used by surrounding communities as swimming baths.

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