Buyan-Tamblingan Lake Nature Tourist Park

REGULATION

Gov.Regulation Decree of the Minister of Forestry No. 144 / Kpts-II /1996
Date April 4,1996
Large (Hektare) 1.703
Technical implementation Unit BKSDA Bali
Note
  • This area belongs to the group of Mt. Batukahu forest (RTK 4) that has been designated as a forest cover under the Dutch Indies Government Decree dated May 29, 1927. 28. To this forest area, bricklayers have been made as tourist forests with boundary border through HW-1 to HW-376, where d1 can enclave area of ​​8 hectares.
  • Then based on the Decree of the Minister of Forestry Number 144 / Kpts-11/1996 dated April 4, 1996, concerning the Stipulation of part of Batukahu Forest (RTK 4) located in Dati II Tabanan and Dati II Buleleng Regency, Dati I Ball Province, 1,336 , 50 Ha as Buyan-Tamblingan Lake Nature Park. Letter of Head of Regional Office of Ministry of Forestry of Bali Province No. 140 / Kwl-5/1997 dated January 22, 1997 on Stipulation of part of Batukau forest (RTK.4) as Nature Garden. It is mentioned that the area of ​​ Buyan-Tamblingan Lake Nature Park is 1,703 ha including Buyan and Tamblingan Lake .
    The nature park area of Buyan-Tamblingan ​​Lake is determined through the Decree of the Minister of Forestry Number SK.2847 / Menhut-VII / KUH / 2014 on Forest Area Establishment in the Mt. Batukahu Forest Group (RTK.4) of 15,102.90 Ha in Buleleng Regency, Badung Regency and Tabanan regency of Bali Province, which is an area of ​​1,847.38 Ha.
  • Buyan-Tamblingan Lake is an old caldera containing rain water on both lakes (Lake Buyan and Danau Tamblingan) inside the area, as well as one lake (Lake Beratan) outside the area. They do not have a river either as a supplier / filler or a waster. Thus the two lakes are only filled by the source of the springs that exist in the vicinity, or from the rainwater layer in the surrounding catchment.

GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

Province Bali
City/Regency
  1. Kabupaten Buleleng
  2. Kabupaten Tabanan
District 1.1 Kecamatan Banjar

1.2 Kecamatan Sukasada

2.1 Kecamatan Baturiti

Village

PHYSICAL CONDITION

Elevation (mDpl)
1.210-1.350
Topology&Geology
The area of ​​Buyan-Tamblingan Lake Nature Park has topoqrafi ranging from flat (0-8%), rather steep (25-45%), very steep (≥45%) with altitude above sea level 1.210-1.350 meters. The northern and eastern part is an entirely very steeply sloping region. The southern part of this forest boundary which lies mainly between two juqa lakes is very steep.

Areas that have a steep and somewhat steep slope are located between Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan. Parts of the Eastern and Southern parts of Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan (around the lake) are sloped flat to flat.

In general, natural tourism park consists of 4 dominant geological formations, namely topographic form from oblique to steep. In the western and southern parts of the area is the cover of volcanic young rock sediment that is sloping, while in the highlands areas derived from andesitic, basalt, tephra smooth / rough and recent volcanic as a result of activities / activities of ancient volcanic eruptions of Batukau, Lesung and Pawon on the middle of the quarter. While in the eastern part, that is on the part of pengelengan and around Lake Beratan comes from volcanic volcanic material Buyan-Beratan and Batur, in low area consists of sediment.

Land conditions The Buyan-Tamblingan Lake nature park consists of typic hapludands, typic udivitrands, typic eutrooepts with moderate erosion levels. The shape of the land is flat to very steep as well as there are waters / lakes with the northern part of Lake Buyan.

Climate
climate type A (Schmit&Ferguson)
Temperature
11,54′-24’C;  Meteorology Climatology and Geophysics Council check…

POTENTIAL BIOTIK AREA

Habitat

Mountain
Mountain Batur; Mountain Abang
Lake
Buyan Lake; Tamblingan Lake; Beratan Lake
River
watershed Saba Daya; watershed Oten Sungi; river Jempanan; River Ayung; river Cengkedek; river Padangembau; river Bangke

Flora

Endemik
Identication Some of the dominant species are Lateng (Laportea sp), Bunut (Ficus indica), Firs Geseng (casuarina junghunia), pine fir (Podocarpus imbricata), Orchids (Orchidaceae)

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Fauna

Endemik
Identification Birds: Mandar Stone (Gallinula chloropus), Black Mandar (Fulica atra), Blekok (Ardeola speciosa), Rat Eagle (Elanus caeruleus), Owl (Strigiformes Order), Sriti (Collocalia esculenta), Herons (Egretta sp.), Kepodang (Oriolus chinensis), Shrimp (Alcedo coerulescens), Tekukur (Streptopelia chinensis), Cerukcuk (Pycnonotus goiavier), Lathe (Centropus sp.), Cekakak river (Todirhamphus chloris), Tohtor (Megalaima armillaris), Pipit (Lonchura punctulata) (Fam. Nidariniidae), Mountain Sunglasses (Zoosterops montanus), Punai (Treron sp.), Etc. (Piknonotus aurigaster), Prenjak (Prinia familiaris), Woodpecker (Fam Picidae), Sesap Honey (Fam. Nectariniidae) In addition, there are also white elephant eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster), Brontok eagle (Nisaetus cirrhatus), Bidar Snake Eagle (Spilornis cheela), Black Hawk (Ictinaetus malayensis), Rust eagle (Hieraaetus kieneri), rat eagle (Elanus caeruleus) Cowakak Jawa (Halcyon cyanoventris) and there are also some types of migrants like Sikep Honey Asia (Pernis ptilorhynchus), Chinese Eagle (Accipiter soloensis), Trinil bush (Tringa glareola).

Reptiles: Snakes, Lizards (Mabouya multifasciata), Frogs, Biawak (Varanus salvator).

Mammals: Pangolin (Manis javanica), Jelarang (Ratufa bicolor), Hedgehog (Hystrix sp.), Kijang (Muntiacus muntjak)

lnsecta: Butterfly (Ordo Lepidoptera), Dragonflies, Beetles (Order Coleoptera), Bees (Apis sp.), Borers (Scirpophaga sp.), Ants (Fam Formicidae), and Grasshoppers.

Lake Biota: Mujaer fish (Oreochromis mossambicus), Tawes (Barbonymus gonionotus), Karper, Nila, Keong Mas, Catfish, Conch, Grave, and Eel.

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SOURCE:

Website
  1. ksda-bali.go.id; Juli 2017
  2. ekowisata.org; Juli 2017
  3. kompasiana.com; Juli 2017
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PDF
  1. PERATURAN GUBERNUR BALI NO 77 TAHUN 2014 TENTANG RENCANA KEHUTANAN TINGKAT PROVINSI (RKTP) BALI TAHUN 2014-2034; Desember 2014 (Link: drive.google.com)
  2. Statistik Dirjen KSDAE 2015; Dirjen KSDAE (Link: drive.google.com)
  3. ANALISIS VEGETASI DI KAWASAN HUTAN DANAU BUYAN TAMBLINGAN BALI SEBAGAI DASAR UNTUK MANAJEMEN KELESTARIAN KAWASAN; Sutomo dan I Dewa Putu Darma 2011 (Link: drive.google.com)
 

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