A very widespread discussion goes on everywhere regarding the local extinction of even house sparrows from many parts of our country. In the context of increasing urban development the population of common bird species such as hose sparrows, mynas, doves and pigeons are getting affected due to lack of breeding space. Most of the common birds associated with human habitations and nearby natural habitats also forced to change their distribution due to such changes. They are the best available bio-indicators of environmental and landscape changes around us. Monitoring their population and distribution through a participatory networked format is a challenge is the need of hour. A digital plan to do it, collect and manage the data is worth undertaking.
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