Series: Records of the Zoological Survey of India Occasional Papers Volume: 250
By: Kailash Chandra, Anil Mahabal, Rajendra Prasad Gupta and DK Nema
226 pages, plates, tables
The outcome of the project "Avifauna of Kanha Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh" undertaken by the Zoological Survey of India not only gives detailed information on birds of the tiger reserve, but also contribute to the knowledge for the conservation and proper management of pristine habitat of Kanha Tiger Reserve.
2. Study area and methods
i. Localities visited in various range
4. Systematic account
5. Observations and results
6. Conservation status
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