After a gap of many years, greylag goose, locally known as a Lam Kanga, has once again reappeared at Loktak Lake together with many other migratory birds Source The Sangai Express E Pao!, 1 week ago
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Press Trust of India Srinagar,21 November: Lakhsof winged visitors from Europe and Central Asia have kept their date with the Kashmir Valley this time as the wildlife department worked overtime to ensure that they made it to the wetlands despite ...The Statesman, 6 days ago Winged visitors keep date with Kashmir The Statesman, 5 days ago
NAGPUR: Even as birdwatchers are keenly waiting to sight them in large numbers, sighting of a flock of 10 bar-headed geese in Gorewada lake has thrilled birders from the city. It is after nearly 20 years the winged guests from Mongolia have been ...Times of India, 1 week ago
the onset of winters, the migratory birds have started flocking to Chandigarh's Sukhna Lake and water bodies in Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary. The regular winged guests to the city namely Ruddy Shelducks, White-Eyed Pochards, Common Pochards, ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago
20th October 2014 The Trust has today announced that the record-breaking number of pink-footed geese at its Montrose Basin Wildlife Reserve has again increased. Last week, 70,153 geese were recorded at Montrose Basin, beating the previous record ...ScottishWildlifeTrust, 1 month ago
Dadri Wetland has been at the centre of a legal row between a private university, industries, environmentalists and the Uttar Pradesh government. Dadri Wetland in Greater Noida, which hosted over 1,00,000 migratory birds even as recently as the ...India Today, 1 month ago
Do Seaducks Minimise the Flightless Period?: Inter- and Intra-Specific Comparisons of Remigial Moult
Abstract Remigial moult is one of the crucial events in the annual life cycle of waterfowl as it is energetically costly, lasts several weeks, and is a period of high vulnerability due to flightlessness. In waterfowl, remigial moult can be ...Plosone.org, 2 months ago
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