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  • Title
    Grey Junglefowl Gallus Sonneratii (Galliformes: Phasianidae) in Kalakad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu, India
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    An abundance (density indices and encounter rates) of Grey Junglefowl (Gallus sonneratii) was estimated in Kalakad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu from September 2007 to November 2007. Eleven line transects in different habitats were walked by two observers to estimate the relative density of the Grey Junglefowl. Ninety-seven individuals were sighted along the transect and the encounter rate was 1.07/km.
    Attribution
    Selvan K. Muthamizh, Sridharan N (2012). Journal of Threatened Taxa 1(4) pp. 2328-2329; doi:10.11609/JoTT.o2538.2328-9
  • Title
    Population density and group size of the Grey Junglefowl Gallus sonneratii in the Melghat Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra, central India
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    A detailed survey was conducted from October 2010 to March 2011, to estimate the population density and group size of the Grey Junglefowl Gallus sonneratti in the Melghat Tiger Reserve. The survey was conducted in three forest ranges: Dhargad, Dhakna and Chikhaldara which come under the Gugamal Forest Division in the Melghat Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra. Population density was estimated by the line transect method using distance sampling. A total of 34 transects were walked in the study area each having 5 temporal replicates, which yielded 36 sightings, comprising 114 individuals of Grey jungle fowl in the entire period of study. An overall density of Grey Junglefowl was found to be 16.72 plus or minus 4.70 Birds/km2 (n= 36), whereas the average cluster size was 2.95 Birds (n= 36), average group density 5.68 plus or minus 1.49 (n= 36). This study was the first of its kind on the Grey Junglefowl in the Melghat Tiger Reserve. The results are intended to provide baseline data for the conduct of further studies on this important species in the region.
    Attribution
    Narasimmarajan K., Barman B.B., Puia L. (2012). Journal of Threatened Taxa 7(4) pp. 2723-2726; doi:10.11609/JoTT.o2821.2723-6