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Endangered Bird Species

Endangered Bird Species in the Subcontinent of India

Interesting facts about Great Grey Owl | TechGape

These owls can ferret out their prey even from 12 inches underneath the snow. One of the world’s largest owls, the Great Grey Owl hurtles...

Siberian crane in India | TechGape

There are two known populations of Siberian cranes today: An eastern population and a western population. The eastern population breeds...

Jerdon's Courser- A Rare Species of Bird in India | TechGape

Save the Jerdon’s Courser  - Dr. Arvind Singh  Jerdon’s courser is a rare species of bird currently found in the state of Andhra Prad...

Save the Forest Owlet | TechGape

Save the Forest Owlet     - Dr. Arvind Singh  The Forest owlet is a species of small owl found in the forests of Central India. It wa...

Save the Critically Endangered Bengal Florican | TechGape

Bengal florican has two distinct populations, one in Indian sub-continent and the other in Southeast Asia. The subspecies Houbaropsis ben...

The Great Indian Bustard Information | TechGape

When the ‘National Bird’ of India was under consideration, the Great Indian Bustard was a proposed candidate and was strongly supported ...

Lesser Florican - A Threatened Bird Species in the Subcontinent of India | TechGape

Lesser Florican A Threatened Bird Species in the Subcontinent of India   -Dr. Arvind Singh  Lesser Florican is a large terrestrial b...

Disappearing Vultures from India | TechGape

The population of Vultures in the country has reduced from 40 million (in 1990) to less than 60 thousand (2012). On 22 March 2012 it was...

Himalayan Quail: A Missing Bird Species for Over a Century in India | TechGape

Several official and unofficial attempts have been made in the past around Nainital and Mussoorie to rediscover the Himalayan quail. How...

Sooty Shearwater: The Champion Migrants of the Avian World | TechGape

Bird migration is one of the nature’s most extraordinary wonders. Every year our entire globe is criss-crossed by millions of birds belo...