Indonesian Cuckoo

The Indonesian Cuckoo is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Indonesian Cuckoo (Cacomantis sepulcralis) JE Least Concern Chestnut-breasted Cuckoo (Cacomantis castaneiventris) JE Least Concern Heinrich's Brush Cuckoo (Cacomantis heinrichi) JE Near Threatened Fan-tailed Cuckoo (Cacomantis pyrrhophanus) JE Least Concern Little Long-billed Cuckoo (Rhamphomantis megarhynchus) JE Least Concern Black-eared Cuckoo (Misocalius osculans) More

* INDONESIAN CUCKOO Cuculus sepulcralis 1 seen 3 heared Lewa 14/7, 4 h Lewa 15/7, 2 h Lewa 16/7 * BRUSH CUCKOO Cuculus variolosus 1 Camplong 19/7 * SHINING BRONZE CUCKOO Chrysococcyx lucidus 1 Lewa 15/7 * LITTLE BRONZE CUCKOO Chrysococcyx minutillus 1 Bipolo 23/7 * SUMBA BOOBOOK Ninox rudolfi More

* Indonesian Cuckoo : heard at Katanglad, one seen at Logarita. * Rough-crested Malkoha : one from Summit Trail at Quezon. * Philippine Coucal : 4 seen at Katanglad. * Lesser Coucal : a coucal in roadside vegetation at Quezon was thought to be this species. * Black-faced Coucal : 6 at Logarita. More

koel—Eudynamys scolopacea, a large Indonesian cuckoo that migrates to Australia to breed. Their breeding season is from September to February, which corresponds to the summer Wet season in many areas. Many people assert that the birdcalls correspond with the event of rain, hence their common name of rainbird. The birds migrate to south-east Queensland in spring and stay until March-April, when they head back to Indonesia. Australian stopovers also include coastal areas in northern Australia and down the east coast to Victoria. More

Order : Cuculiformes
Family : Cuculidae
Genus : Cacomantis
Species : sepulcralis
Authority : Müller, 1843