Publisher’s Summary: The Western Ghats of India, identified as a World Biodiversity hotspot by Birdlife International, is an ecological zone of global importance. The Western Ghats of India, identified as a World Biodiversity hotspot by Birdlife International, is an ecological zone of global importance, and. : Birds of Western Ghats, Kokan, and Malabar (Including Birds of Goa): As new with minor publication flaws. Color photos of birds, nests.
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The classification followed is the current one by Sibley and Monroe, but Synopsis numbers are mentioned to link the species with Ali and Ripley s Handbook.
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The Western Ghats of India, identified as a World Biodiversity hotspot by Birdlife International, is an ecological zone of global importance. Satish Pande is a physician by profession and is one of the founders of the Ela Foundation, Pune–a registered charitable organization. Birds — India — Identification.
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Birds of Western Ghats, Kokan and Malabar (including birds of Goa)
Description The Western Ghats of India, identified as a World Biodiversity hotspot by Birdlife International, is an ecological zone of global importance, and supports a variety of habitats–marine waters, mangroves, mixed hill forests, montane grasslands, and scrub forests.
Cultural notes help the reader to relate to the species in the context of Indian culture and heritage. A vast spectrum of birdlife and other biodiversity is found here, but the area is under extreme pressure from human interference. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online.
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