Book on 160 bird species of Ramanathapuram district released | Madurai News

MADURAI: A area information titled Introduction to Birds of Ramanathapuram district was launched by the forest division on Friday.
The e-book was launched by wildlife warden Ramanathapuram A S Marimuthu and district forest officer P Arun Kumar. It was acquired by anti-poaching watchers of the division.
The e-book has 672 color pictures of varied birds exhibiting them in numerous angles with their plumage to help their area identification. Detailed texts on identification characters, behaviour, meals and habitat of the birds have been defined in easy Tamil. The e-book additionally has species comparability pages for intently resembling birds.
Maps of each resident and migratory birds, detailed maps and descriptions of protected areas of Ramanathapuram District, guidelines of the birds and QR codes to entry e-Chook pages and get extra particulars on the birds in English are the opposite salient options of the e-book.
One of many authors Selvaganesh and ornithologists Chandrasekar, Biju, Ravindran, Abishek and Kannan had been amongst those that participated on the e-book launch.
Ramanathapuram forest ranger officer S Sathish mentioned that the first objective of the e-book is to function a software for conservation of birds as a area information for the division personnel throughout ranks.
“We’re planning to handover a duplicate of the e-book to every of the college libraries within the district and to broadly flow into mushy copies too,” he added.

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