Re: [birdsofbombay] Conservation Status of Himalayan Birds
- Supriya, I donknow wheteher you got my earlier mail. Thanks for informetion
but I did not get your attachment. I am preparing a list of Threatened
species of Waterbirds, in additional to Status of himalayan birds. I shall
send the waterbird list to you for checking and confirmation.
----- Original Message -----
From: Supriya JhunJhUnwala <sjhunjhunwala@...>
Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 4:28 PM
Subject: Re: [birdsofbombay] Conservation Status of Himalayan Birds
> Dear Sir
> Thank you for your query regarding the conservation status of threatened
> birds.Yes the conservation status of birds do change as new research
> new data. Please refer to the latest status/ category in the Asian Red
> Book 2001. I am attaching a list of Globally threatened species of birds
> relvent to India as per the Asian Red Data Book 2001. These include
> Critical, Endangered, Vulnerable, Data deficient and Conservation
> You could get more information on each at the Red data book website which
> you can link through www.birdlife.net. You can contact Mike Crosby or
> Collar at birdlife@....
> Please feel free to get in touch with me or Mike or Nigel for any further
> Looking forward to seeing you again.
> Supriya Jhunjhunhwala
> IBA Ornithology Officer
> >From: "zsisiwal1" <zsisiwal@...>
> >Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >CC: "Birdlife International UK" <birdlife@...>,"Bill Harvey"
> >Subject: [birdsofbombay] Conservation Status of Himalayan Birds
> >Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2002 17:04:21 +0530
> >Dear Colleagues,
> > I am working on a electronic Database on status of himalayan birds
> >last two years. I have choosen a number of parameters that include thier
> >taxonomy, habits, habitat, distribution, breeding and conservation
> >At times I am little confused about the change in listing of some species
> >under GT category in Collar,et al. (1994): Birds to Watch; and Threatend
> >Birds of Asia, Birdlife International (2001). For instance Gould's short
> >wing (Brachypteryx stellata) is listed under NT in Birds to Watch (1994),
> >while it is not found under Near Threatened species in Threatened Birds
> > Do the species are chenged from one status to another over a period
> >time. In that case can I treat such species with No onservation Status
> >remove them their older categorisation.There are some other species too.
> >shall be highly grateful for your opinion.
> > I do not have the email addresses of either Dr Collar or Crosby, if
> >you could kindly provide that I shall be grateful. If necessary please
> >this mail to them.
> > I am following the nomenclature of Manakadan & Pittie (2001).
> >Thanking you,
> >Yours cordially,
> >Dr Arun Kumar
> >Zoological Survey of India,
> >Dehra Dun, India
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