Vol. 3, Issue 2 (2018)
Birds of Dhauladhar range of western Himalayas in northern India: A checklist
Author(s): Arjun Saklani, Tannu Shree, Suneet Nathani
Abstract: Avian communities assume a vital part of the human culture and have incredible monetary and natural implications. Their decent variety and plenitude go about as an organic pointer of any environment wellbeing and process. The present examination was carried out in the Dhauladhar wildlife sanctuary in Kangra region in the Himachal Pradesh. Distinctive habitat types bordering to the territory was Biling, Rajkunda, Swad, Loler, Rasoi, Dinnasore area and Palachak. Information were gathered through direct observation in the field and recognizable proof was done through standard field guides amid the winter season (January) 2018. An aggregate of 102 Birds varieties having a place with 36 families were recorded amid the review with the most extreme number of species having a place with Muscicapidae (18 species) and took after by family Phasianidae and Corvidae (8 species). The outcome would be useful to comprehend the living space working in the region and, administration and preservation arranging in coming years.