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Diversity, Abundance and Seasonal Assessment of Wild Birds in Urban Habitat of District Chiniot, Pakistan

Diversity, Abundance and Seasonal Assessment of Wild Birds in Urban Habitat of District Chiniot, Pakistan

Ahmad Zaman, Azhar Rafique*, Farhat Jabeen and Tayyaba Sultana

Department of Zoology, GC University, Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan

*      Corresponding author: azharrafique96@gmail.com

Fig. 1.

Map of study area Chiniot in the province of Punjab (Pakistan). Landscape of Chiniot study area is classified into two major categories: (a) open fields included agricultural land, River Chenab sides, streams or canals and cemeteries; (b) built-up areas included settlements, residential neighborhoods and institutional grounds. The sampling was done from seven sites. site 1 comprised agricultural land, site 2 (River Chenab sides), Site 3 (streams or canals), site 4 (cemeteries), site 5 (settlements), site 6 (residential neighborhoods) while site 7 represents institutional grounds.

Fig. 2.

Pie chart showing abundance status of birds at district Chiniot.

Fig. 3.

Mean number of bird individuals per plot visit (A) and relative abundance of birds (B).

Fig. 4.

Mean number of bird individuals per plot visit in spring, summer, autumn and winter.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

February

Vol. 55, Iss. 1, Pages 1-500

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