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The identification of the Red-naped Shaheen Falco peregrinus babylonicus , its separation from F . p . calidus , in the field , and its status and distribution in north-western India

@inproceedings{Bhatt2017TheIO,
  title={The identification of the Red-naped Shaheen Falco peregrinus babylonicus , its separation from F . p . calidus , in the field , and its status and distribution in north-western India},
  author={Nirav Bhatt and Prasad Ganpule and Bhatt},
  year={2017}
}
Bhatt, N., & Ganpule, P., 2017. The identification of the Red-naped Shaheen Falco peregrinus babyloniocus, its separation from F.p.calidus, in the field, and its status and distribution in north-western India. Indian BIRDS 13 (4): 85–92. Nirav Bhatt, H-52-GIDC Residential Plots, Wadhwan 363035, Gujarat, India. E-mail: birdwatchernrb@gmail.com [NB] Prasad Ganpule, C/o Parshuram Pottery Works, Nazarbaug, Morbi 363642, Gujarat, India. E-mail: prasadganpule@gmail.com [PG] Manuscript received on 28… 

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