Initially Researching Birds, this German Man even Fell Interested in the Beauty of West Papua – A bird researcher from the European continent named Dr. Hans Gunther Bauer admits that he really admires the natural beauty of eastern Indonesia. This was revealed when he traveled to West Papua Province.

The man from Germany and a colleague conducted bird observations along the Makbon area to the Malagufuk Tourism Village in Sorong Regency, Thursday, December 15, 2022.

Two days earlier, Hans Gunther Bauer and his colleagues visited Raja Ampat Regency. They are very happy to see the natural beauty of the maritime country.

A Head of the West Papua Ethnic Journey Travel Agency, Ranny Irian said, Hans Gunther Bauer is an ornithologist on the European continent teaching at one of the top universities in Germany.

As stated by him, Hans and a friend were visiting Papua for the first time and he was very happy to see the beauty of the local nature.

Even though the climate is different, the European bird researcher still exists on bird watching tours in Raja Ampat and Sorong Regency, the land of paradise.

The 73-year-old man enjoys trips for watching bird in watery areas and likes water birds such as storks and other types of swans.

“Hans Gunther Bauer also likes the natural beauty of Papua and the unique and some endemic bird species in Papua,” said Ranny Irian.

Hans himself worked at the Max Planck Institute in Radolfzell. He is a scientist and zoologist with a doctorate specializing in investigative ornithology.

He also researched how the development of bird populations in the Lake Constance region of Germany.

Together with other researchers, he published a study in the fall of 2019 documenting the disappearance of many birds around this beautiful lake in Germany.

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