Fifteen Indian bird species are part of a list of avians which are evolutionarily distinct and globally endangered.
The Gujarat government will soon undertake a census of the Great Indian Bustard, one of the most critically endangered flying bird species in the world, to ascertain its exact population.
The Great Indian Bustard has found a new abode in two rural tehsils here, prompting forest authorities to start tracking the movement of this critically endangered bird species for its protection.
India is launching a recovery programme for Great Indian Bustard, one of the largest flying bird species, which is on the brink of extinction.
The Great Indian Bustard, one of the largest species of birds, is on the brink of extinction with barely 250 alive.
With the disappearance of the
magnificent Great Indian Bustard, it doesn`t feel like good
news on Earth Day Thursday as the Karera sanctuary in Madhya
Pradesh will no longer be a wildlife lovers hotspot.
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