Wetland birds of Haryana: Part-2

Wetland birds of Haryana: Part-2

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Migratory birds arrive in the rural ponds in Haryana from far off places like Siberia, Northern Asia, Southern China and Caspian Sea, Tibet and Himalayan region for their winter sojourn. These winter migratory birds are confronting with very adverse circumstances due to the extremely bad shape of ponds, year after year. The scenario is pathetic. Given the rate and speed of current damage being done to rural ponds, by the year 2025, there shall be no more traditional rural ponds left over in Haryana. Eutrophication due to hyacinth over growth is the principal cause of depletion of ponds. Expansion of village outskirts, merging of villages with adjoining towns and cities have brought pressure on each and everyone to blind by convert ponds into habitable land. Earlier, rural ponds were revered by the villagers under the customs, rituals and ethics prescribed by age old societal behavior patterns. However, now unethical acts committed and practiced by the semi-literates are spelling disaster to the conditions.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 236 pages
  • 150 x 220 x 14mm | 368g
  • English
  • Aufl.
  • 3330025700
  • 9783330025707

About Tirshem Kumar Kaushik

Dr. Tirshem Kumar Kaushik has done M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Zoology from Kurukshetra University in Haryana province in India. He is renowned ornithologist in Haryana province in India. He has been working on the wetland birds in rural ponds in Haryana since 2003.
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