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2014, Vol. 2, Issue 5
Avifauna of Athgarh Forest Division, Odisha. Eastern India

Nimain C. Palei, Bhakta P. Rath, Sajan S.K, and Arun K. Mishra

A total of 122 birds were recorded representing 49 families of 14 orders. Among the 15 orders :Passeriformes dominated the list with fifty six species (46%), Ciconiiformes with 20 species(16%), Strigiformes with eight species (7%), Piciformes with seven species (6 %), Coraciiformes with six species (5 %), Columbiformes and Cuculiformes with five species (4%), Psittaciformes, Gruiformes and Galliformes with three species(2%), Apodiformes with two species (2%), Bucerotiformes, Trogoniforme Turniciformes and Upupiformes with one species (1%).
Map of the study area Result & Discussion
Fig. 1: Map of the study area Result & Discussion
Pages : 329-334 | 926 Views | 6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Nimain C. Palei, Bhakta P. Rath, Sajan S.K, , Arun K. Mishra. Avifauna of Athgarh Forest Division, Odisha. Eastern India. J Entomol Zool Stud 2014;2(5):329-334.
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