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study on Indian Saras crane (Grus antigone antigone) in Gujarat State

study on Indian Saras crane (Grus antigone antigone) in Gujarat State

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Published by The Foundation in Gandhinagar .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Ahmadābād.
    • Subjects:
    • Cranes (Birds) -- India -- Ahmadābād.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[study team coordinators], H.S. Singh, Ketan Tatu ; prepared by Gujarat Ecological Education & Research Foundation.
      ContributionsSingh, H. S., Tatu, Ketan., Gujarat Ecological Education and Research Foundation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL696.G84 S78 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 74 p. :
      Number of Pages74
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3709580M
      LC Control Number2003306523

      Conservation of the Vulnerable sarus crane Grus antigone antigone in Kota, Rajasthan, India: a case study of community involvement. Oryx, 42/3: Sarkar, A., B. Upadhyay, A. Chauhan, A. Sharma, P. Mishra. Habit and Habitat of Sarus Crane Grus antigone antigone, and Egyptian Vulture Neophron percnopterus in Mainpuri (Uttar Pradesh.   Bangalore 18/08/ Sarus Cranes, nested at Karanji Lake on the outskirts of Mysore city. A pair of Sarus cranes from Mysore Zoo was shifted to .

      We have brought all the NCERT books, NCERT solutions, CBSE sample papers, NCERT exemplar, Other school boards sample papers, all school boards solutions in one place for all the classes from 6th to 12th. You can access all the study materials for all classes for any school board by clicking on class beneath. NCERT Solutions for Class Case Study: Sarus Cranes and Indian Farmers: an Ancient Coexistence.. K S Gopi Sundar Cranes and Agriculture: A Global Guide for Sharing the Landscape iii.

        The sarus crane is a large non-migratory crane found in parts of the Indian Subcontinent. The tallest of the flying birds, standing at a height of up to The ability of wild animals to live amongst humans, and persist on landscapes that experience intensive conversion to fulfill human needs provides hope for long-term conservation of many species. I got a glimpse into this phenomenon while studying the Sarus Crane in Uttar Pradesh, and am now hooked. My primary interest is to understand how this coexistence can be achieved, where and when is.


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Study on Indian Saras crane (Grus antigone antigone) in Gujarat State Download PDF EPUB FB2

First recorded in in Nepal, so far only a few studies have been conducted on sarus crane and results of these studies confirm their declining state.

Based on previous studies, the author. wheel of sarus crane conservation and depicts the life cycle, threats and conservational measures for sarus conservation and protection (Fig.

11). CONCLUSION. Sarus crane notorious as the eternal symbol of unconditional love, devotion, togetherness and good fortune in. Edward Blyth published a monograph on the cranes inin which he considered the "sarus crane" of India to be made up of two species, Grus collaris and Grus antigone.

Most modern authors recognize one species with three disjunct populations that are sometimes treated as subspecies, although the status of one extinct population from the Philippines is : Aves.

Present exploration is aimed to study the population of sarus crane in the year in and around the Alwara Lake of district Kaushambi (Uttar Pradesh) India and their comparison to sarus crane population recorded in and in the same study area. This comparison reflects an increasing population scenario of the bird in the area studied.

Abstract The breeding performance of the Indian sarus crane Grus antigone antigone Linn. was studied in the agricultural landscape of western India.

as the sarus crane. Meine & Archibald () suggested that wetland conservation should be integrated into village-based edu-cation and development programmes for preserving the habitat of the sarus crane in India. In the arid landscape of Rajasthan where water scarcity is a major concern, re-tention of minimum water levels in wetlands, and pro.

Author: CanIndia New Wire Service New Delhi, Oct 30 (IANS) Basic surveys are urgently needed across northeastern Australia to determine important areas for breeding and non-breeding cranes.

The annual census conducted by the state forest department of Uttar Pradesh has revealed that the Sarus crane population in Ghaziabad has been stagnant over the period of five years. The Sarus Crane is the tallest flying bird in the world and was declared as the state bird of Uttar Pradesh (UP) in Read more about Australia's sarus crane needs attention, say Indian researchers on Business Standard.

Basic surveys are urgently needed across northeastern Australia to determine important areas for breeding and non-breeding cranes, including the sarus crane, especially given efforts to intensify development in the region, says a group of.

This Conservation Reference Series report documents important wetland sites in the agriculture dominated landscape of Eastern Uttar Pradesh wherein the sarus crane, India's only resident breeding crane, has been found.

Read more about Sarus crane population largely stable in India (Wildlife Feature) on Business Standard. The population of the Sarus crane, the tallest flying bird in the world, is surprisingly stable in India and showing increases in some areas, says a researcher.

The study says the abundance of the two species differed between the floodplains. Both crane species synchronised nest initiation with rainfall (November to March). Breeding success was higher than past estimates anywhere, with 60 per cent of sarus crane pairs and 50 per cent of brolga pairs fledging chicks.

The breeding performance of the Indian sarus crane Grus antigone antigone Linn. was studied in the agricultural landscape of western India during – Detailed records of 70 nests were maintained from egg laying till fledging.

At least one chick hatched from 50 clutches (%). The Indian sarus crane Grus antigone antigone (Linn.) is a globally threatened species and occupation of agricultural landscape has led to a hidden conflict with the farmers in the Kheda district of Gujarat, India.

It is important to understand the nest site selection to design management strategy for the conservation of the species. Previous Post Previous PRELIMS BOOSTERS – Sarus crane (Antigone antigone) and IBSA (India, Brazil, South Africa).

Towering at cm, over 5 feet on average, the Sarus (Grus antigone) is not only the tallest flying bird in the world, it is also India’s only resident breeding crane, as per the Wildlife.

() Ecological study the Indian sarus crane Grus antigone in the central Gujarat. PhD thesis, Saurashtra University, Rajkot, Gujarat. The present study was undertaken to study the actual population size of Sarus cranes in Kheda district and to identify the factors affecting their distribution and survival.

Sarus Crane in Kheda region occurs mainly in the agricultural landscape and has adopted to man modified habitat.

Lalit Mohan Indian Sarus Crane, an endangered bird variety, is usually found in the wetlands of Swan River in Una district, but is fast losing its habitat. Reason: The government has initiated a pro. The report of a study conducted from to Complete Title: A study of Indian Sarus crane [Grus antigone antigone] in Gujarat State, with emphasis on its status in Kheda and Ahmedabad districts.

The Indian Sarus Crane (Grus antigone antigone), is the world's tallest flying bird and a globally 'Vulnerable' species as per IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. It is the only resident breeding crane in India.

Citizen scientists currently play active roles in a varied range of ecological assignments, and their contributions have enabled scientists to collect large amounts of data at minimal.Bird conservationists from over countries participated in the international event and appreciated the efforts made by locals of MP in conservation of saras crane and helping their population rise.

Sarus crane in the zoo has been blessed with a newborn. A visitor at the zoo said, “It is so good to be back, watching newborn is a joy”. UP govt plans to spruce up Ayodhya with eye on.