STUDY OF BREEDING STATUS OF BIRDS IN KEOLADEO NATIONAL PARK, DIST. BHARATPUR, RAJASTHAN, INDIA

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MAHESH S. NILANGE

Abstract

Keoladeo National Park is locally known as Ghana which is located 1 km south east of Bharatpur town. It is in Rajasthan state. It is the one of the most captivating and excellent wetland reserve. This reserve having grasslands, woodlands , swamplands and wetlands which attracts number of birds. In the present study month wise presence of birds in park and thier breeding status is studied. Keoladeo National Park is in Bharatpur district. The study is carried for 12 months i.e. from the period of January-2017 to December-2017. On an average montly visits, bird watching survey were conducted at study site during the study period. Total 77 species of birds their presence in park and breeding status have been recorded from the study site. Birds were categorized as resident and winter visitor. It is concluded that varieties of birds are noticed in all season and in the winter season maximum species of birds were recorded.

Keywords:
Keoladeo, Ghana, wetland, resident, winter visitor

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NILANGE, M. S. (2021). STUDY OF BREEDING STATUS OF BIRDS IN KEOLADEO NATIONAL PARK, DIST. BHARATPUR, RAJASTHAN, INDIA. UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 42(23), 99-106. Retrieved from http://mbimph.com/index.php/UPJOZ/article/view/2616
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