young Diabolical Nightjar


Eurostopodus diabolicus

“A Sulawesi endemic, this poorly known species was discovered in 1931 at Minahasa peninsula of North Sulawesi. Previously known only from a single female collected in Klabat Volcano, this species was rediscovered in May 1996 at Lore Lindu National Park in Central Sulawesi.”

Things, I usually find in the water


“Indonesia, with its large population and vast varied natural resources, must strive for economic development at the same time as protecting and enhancing the environment. Development must involve a harmonious relationship between Man and God, Man and his fellow man, and Man and Nature.”

Emil Salim
Minister of State for Population and Environment
Republic of Indonesia (1988)