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Study on avifaunal diversity from three different regions of North Bengal, India

@inproceedings{Roy2012StudyOA,
  title={Study on avifaunal diversity from three different regions of North Bengal, India},
  author={Utpal Singha Roy and Purbasha Banerjee and Subhra Kumar Mukhopadhyay and West Bengal},
  year={2012}
}
A rapid avifaunal diversity assessment was carried out at three different locations of north Bengal viz. Gorumara National Park (GNP), Buxa Tiger Reserve (BTR) (Jayanti/Jainty range) and Rasik Beel Wetland Complex (RBWC) during 2 November and 14 November 2008. A total of 117 bird species belonging to 42 families were recorded during the present short span study. The highest bird diversity was recorded in GNP with 87 bird species, followed by RBWC (75) and BTR (68). The transition zones between… Expand

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