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Vol. 11, Special Issue 5 (2022)

Avian biodiversity in spring at SHUATS campus, Prayagraj, India: A survey

Author(s):
Hibin T Ajimon, Bipasha David, Nityashree Nandi, Sahil Raj, Sanju James Jacob and Piyush Bharti
Abstract:
A survey project on avian biodiversity at the campus of SHUATS, Prayagraj was done, over a period of three months from February to April, 2022, purposely to observe birds during the spring season. A total number of 41 bird species belonging to 28 families and 12 order were recorded during the study. The common bird species were Jungle babbler, Common Myna, Spotted Dove, Asian koel, Sparrow, Blue rock pigeon, House crow, Black drongo etc. The SHUATS campus has a wide variety of trees, which may be one of the major contributing factors for the richness of bird species. Nesting and breeding of 06 species (Jungle babbler, house crow, Asian koel, house sparrow, red vented bulbul, red wattled lapwing) also been observed.
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How to cite this article:
Hibin T Ajimon, Bipasha David, Nityashree Nandi, Sahil Raj, Sanju James Jacob and Piyush Bharti. Avian biodiversity in spring at SHUATS campus, Prayagraj, India: A survey. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(5S): 1911-1915.

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