2014, Vol. 1 Issue 5, Part B
Water bird assemblages, in a Ramling island, Western Maharashtra, India
Author(s): M.R. Abdar
Abstract: Bird species richness and diversity sampled in Ramling Island, In Krishna River, Bahe, Western Maharashtra. An observation made between 2010 to2012 included all months and form a composite annual view; 1245 birds were recorded with 47 species Thirty-two species occurred regularly over a series of months, and their patterns of distribution varied. Fifteen species were winter visitor. Line transect method was used to carry out bird survey. Such Island areas are used by water birds year round and in addition to protection, need management strategies to ensure habitat diversity and normal water regimes which will maintain natural bird diversity.
Fig. 1: The topography of sampling site Map
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M.R. Abdar. Water bird assemblages, in a Ramling island, Western Maharashtra, India. International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies. 2014; 1(5): 52-55.