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    Avifauna in five wetlands of Diara and Barind region in Maldah District of West Bengal, India
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    The present work deals with avifauna of five important wetlands of Diara and Barind region in Maldah District of West Bengal, India. Sixty-two species of water birds belonging to 21 families were regularly seen during the survey period (2008-2010). Out of 62 bird species recorded, 13 are threatened species as per the IUCN checklist. The ecosystem and existing biodiversity of these wetlands are under various levels of anthropogenic pressures that directly affect the avifauna.
    Attribution
    Chowdhury M., Nandi B. (2014). Journal of Threatened Taxa 4(6) pp. 5660-5666; doi:10.11609/JoTT.o2736.5660-6