Tag: Birds

  • Birding from my Balcony

    Birding from my Balcony

    Ajay Immanuel Gonji Growing up as a child, I loved animals and birds. One of my first experiences watching animals was when my dad would take me around our neighbourhood on the scooter showing me cows and buffaloes. At home, the pets I grew up with included fishes, ducks, chickens, rabbits, dogs, mynas, pigeons, parakeets…

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  • Camera Trapping in Dheerpur Wetland Project Site

    Camera Trapping in Dheerpur Wetland Project Site

    Ajay Immanuel Gonji Every year, during the monsoon season, the Dheerpur Wetland Project (DWP) site undergoes a drastic transformation in its appearance. Torrential rains and stormwater flowing into the wetland from surrounding areas lead to flooding in most parts of the wetland. During this time, the DWP site also serves as a habitat for a…

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  • What Makes Some Birds Urban Exploiters?

    What Makes Some Birds Urban Exploiters?

    By Fizala Tayebulla Keywords: Urban Exploiter, Urbanized Area, Behavior, Trait The growth of urban topography encompasses corresponding shifts of all its associated elements and features – even biodiversity. A question to be asked is, how species characterize themselves within landscapes marked by varying degrees of urbanization? In the subject of Urban Ecology, there are two…

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