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Volume 141, Issue 10, October 2015

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Table of Contents


Vulture Conservation in India: Some Issues that Need Mass Support
Jagdish Chander 1005-1010
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Cultural Tradition and Wildlife Conservation in the Human-Dominated Landscape of Rural Western Rajasthan, India
Jonathan C. Hall, Anil K. Chhangani 1011-1019
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Evaluation of Elephant-Human Conflict Tista-Mechi Area Northern West Bengal
Mukti Roy 1020-1028
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Rapid Survey of Endangered Hispid Hare, Caprolagus hispidus in North Bank Landscape, North-East India
Naba K. Nath 1029-1033
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Recreational Services Valuation of Asiatic Elephants in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Rajaji National Park, India
Ajay Kumar Gupta, Vinod Kumar Yadav, Amrendra Bhushan 1034-1041
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Mortality and Threats to Hanuman Langurs (Semnopithecus entellus Entellus) in and around Jodhpur (Rajasthan)
Chena Ram, Gautam Sharma, L. S. Rajpurohit 1042-1045
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Biodiversity of Aquatic Macrophytes in Suchindram Theroor Birds Sanctuary, Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu, India
S. Ramarajan, A. G. Murugesan, A. Saravana Gandhi 1046-1049
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Status of the Waterbirds of Sunabeda Wildlife Sanctuary, Odisha, India
Dipankar Lahkar, H. K. Sahu, S. Rahman 1050-1055
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The State of Myristica Swamp Forests in Southern Western Ghats, India - Butterfly Species Richness as an Indicator
Joyce Jose, T. J. Roby, K. K. Ramachandran, P. V. Nair 1056-1066
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Study on Avifaunal Diversity and Species Richness in Foot Hills of Nilgiris, Tamilnadu, India
S. John Peter, R. Revathi, I. Jaisankar, P. Durai Rasu 1067-1074
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Latitudinal Range Extension of Indian Wild Ass (Equus hemionus Khur) in Gujarat - Western India
Dishant Parasharya, Janki Teli 1075-1078
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Spatial Characteristics of Nest Sites of Critically Endangered Indian Vultures (Gyps indicus) in Rajasthan, India
Jonathan C. Hall, Anil Kumar Chhangani, Timothy A. Warner 1079-1083
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Status of Waterbirds of Ambasamudram Tank, Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu
Sekar Ramarajan, Pandian Kumar, S. Darwin Paul Edison 1084-1086
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Estimation of Encounter Rate and Population Structure of Ungulates by Using Vehicle Road Transects in Ranthambore National Park, India
Dipankar Lahkar 1087-1091
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Avian Diversity in the Jaldapara National Park, West Bengal, India with a Notes on their Habitat Association and Feeding Guild
Sourabh Kumar Dubey, Deep Chandan Chakraborty, Sandipan Gupta, Mahashweta Mitra, Ranita Bhattacharya, Asit Baran Neogy 1092-1101
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Research Notes

Forest Notes And Observations

Possible Occurrence of Red Deer (Cervus canadensis) in Uttarakhand
Manoj Chandran 1106-1106
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Courtship Feeding by the Malabar Barbet Megalaima malabarica Female near Nest
Zacharias V. Jerome, Richard T. Holmes 1107-1107
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Direct from Field

Disposal of a Massive Elephant is also a Massive Task
Sanjit Kumar Saha 1108-1109
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Views And Expressions

From The Indian Forester- One Hundred Years Ago

Girdlings by Bears
Daya Ram 1114-1114
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