Decree of the minister of Forestry No.71/Kpts-II/1989
Pebruari 6, 1989
Technical implementation Unit
BKSDA Sumatera Utara
The Siranggas Wildlife Reserve area at the time of the Dutch colonial administration was a protected forest, which entered the forest area of Register ZB. 28 years 1934. Based on the map of the province’s forest area dati I Sumatera Utara attachment of Decree of the Minister of Agriculture no. 923 / kpts / Um / 12/1982, dated 27 December 1982, designated as Forest Protected Area. The wildlife reserve area of Siranggas prior to being designated as wildlife reserve area is part of the forest group of Siranggas Register 70 and Sikulaping register 71 of Slak District Dairi District.
Based on the Decree of the Minister of Forestry Number 71 / Kpts-II / 1989 on the appointment of Siranggas Forest Group covering ± 5,657 Ha located in Dati II Dairi District, Dati I North Sumatra Province as Wildlife Reserve, hereinafter called as Lembanggas Wildlife Reserve.
According to regional terms, Siranggas means “thin”. When associated with the definition referred to, the Wildlife Reserve Siranggas means also forest areas consisting of skinny trees. And indeed in general the vegetation grows relatively small and thin.
The relatively thin trunked tree (Siranggas means skinny) is reflecting different ecosystem conditions elsewhere although the vegetation type is the same.
Vegetation is dominated by Hoting (Quercus sp), Meang (Palagium sp), Sampinur flower (Podocarpus sp), Damar (Agathis sp) and naturally occurring incense, and fruits such as Durian (Durio zibethinus), Bacang (Mangifera sp) and Mangosteen (Garcinia sp).
Underwater plants sting tightly, including the type Familien Zingiberaceae, also the types of palmae and tree species of tillers.
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Mammals: Siranggas Wildlife Reserve has a mammal distribution of 19 species of mammals (16 of whom enter protection status under GR No. 7 of 1999, IUCN 2008 and CITES). These types include: Plantain Squirrel (Callosciurus notatus), Prevost’s Squirrel (Sundanoskiurus hippurus), Low’s Squirrel (Sundasciurus lowii), Slender Squirrel (Sundasciurus tenuis), Black Eared Squirrel (Nannosciurus melanotis ), Least Pigmy Squirrel (Exilisciurus exilis), Porcupine (Hystrix brachyura), Pangolin (Manis javanica), Bear / Sun Bear Helarctos malayanus), Pig / Bearded Pig (Sus barbatus), Cat Forest / Leopard Cat ( Prionailurus bengalensis), Mouse Deer / Deer Deer (Tragulus javanicus), Deer / Sambar Deer (Cervus unicolor).
Reptiles and Amphibians: Species found in the area of the Siranggas Wildlife Reserve (10 species) include: Chili pepper (Maticora intestinalis), flying Lizard (Draco melanopogon), Lizard (Mabuya sp), Gonocephalus grandis, Gecko sp , Frogs (Odorrana hosii),
Amphibians: frog species (Hylarana sp), frog species (Rana sp), Flat-headed frog / LC (Limnonectes laticeps), Giant Asian River Frog / NT (Limnonectes blythii) and frog species (Polypedates sp)
Types of Birds / Aves: The survey results recorded there are about 49 species of birds found in BC. Siranggas and some of them are endemic to Sumatra.
Rencana Strategis Dinas Kehutanan Provinsi Sumatera Utara tahun 2013-2018; (Link:drive.google.com)
ORANGUTAN CONSERVATION SERVICES PROGRAM PSSF SITE THREATS,
Evaluation of Threats to Orangutan and Priority Interventions to abate these
threats at PSSF Focused Sites in North Sumatra and East Kalimantan; ORANGUTAN CONSERVATION SERVICES PROGRAM PSSF SITE THREATS ANALYSES (Link:drive.google.com)
Keanekaragaman Jenis Kantung Semar (Nepenthes spp.) di Kawasan Suaka Margasatwa Siranggas Kabupaten Pakpak Bharat; Maidita Fitri br Purba, Program Studi Kehutanan,Fakultas Kehutanan Universitas Sumatera Utara; Yunasf&Pindi Patana, Staff Pengajar Program studi Kehutanan,Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Sumatera Utara; 2014 (Link:drive.google.com)