Rebun Forest Area

Rebun Forest Area

Forest in Rebun is predominated by Sakhalin fir, and deciduous trees such as Erman’s Birch, Japanese Rowan, Yellow-paint Maple and Castor Aralia are mixed, and Sasa bumboo is predominant on grand layer. In the forest, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Oriental Cuckoo, Eurasian Wren, Goldcrest, Coal tit, Eurasian Nuthutch, Japanese Robin, Japanese bush Warbler, Gray’s grasshopper Warbler, Eurasian Bullfinch and Black-faced Bunting are widely distributed. In limited area, Eurasian Scops-owl, Black Woodpecker, Siberian Thrush, Grey Bunting, Eurasian Jay and Spotted Nutcracker can be observed. In spring-autumn migratory seasons, Waxwing, Red-flanked Bluetail, Thrush, Bramble, Eurasian siskin and Pine grosbeak sometimes emerge.

Be careful to Jungle Crow in Rebun Island..

  • In breeding season, Jungle crows become aggressive near their nest. You should get away as soon as possible if you are threatened at your head by Jungle Crows.
  • If you leave your luggage outside, Jungle Crows take it quickly. They can open zip fastener of the luggage by themselves and rob of its contents. You should take all belongings with you all the time, or keep it inside buildings.

Birds in Rebun Forest Area

Species Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.
Oriental turtle Dove
White-bellied green-pigeon
Eurasian Scops-owl
Oriental Cuckoo
Black Woodpecker
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Japanese Pygmy Woodpecker
Bohemian Waxwing
Japanese Waxwing
Eurasian Wren
Japanese Robin
Red-flanked Bluetail
White's Thrush
Siberian Thrush
Dusky Thrush
Japanese Bush Warbler
Gray's grasshopper Warbler
Long-tailed Tit
Marsh Tit
Coal Tit
Japanese Tit
Eurasian Nuthutch
Rustic Bunting
Yellow-throated bunting
Black-faced Bunting
Grey Bunting
Eurasian Siskin
Pine Grosbeak
Long-tailed Rosefinch
Eurasian Bullfinch
Eurasian Jay
Spotted Nutcracker

Access to Rebun Forest Area