The article below is the leaflet text distributed by the Begawan Giri Foundation (Yayasan Begawan Giri), explaining their activities regarding the breeding and releasing into the wild of the Bali Starling (Leucopsar rothschildi) and the Bali Nuri (Trichoglossus haematodus mitchellii), probably published in 2006.
In two articles in the Jakarta Post (22 February 2007) I Wayan Juniartha writes on the endeavours by The Association of Bali Mynah Conservationists (APCB) and the Friends of the National Parks Foundation (FNPF) to safeguard the Bali Myna. This mascot of Bali has found a new home on Nusa Penida.
Nusa Penida: A Safe Haven for the Bali Starling. The fabled mascot of Balinese fauna finds a new home
Godi Dijkman, in Birding Asia Number 7 - June 2007
Despite long-standing endeavours to salvage the critically endangered Bali Myna Leucopsar rothschildi from the hands of unscrupulous traders and status-conscious politicians, its numbers have dwindled in the past couple of decades to only a handful (see Birdlife International 2001).
Mynah conservation program wins presidential nod, by I Wayan Juniartha, The Jakarta Post Thursday, May 3, 2007