Ask Indian Government to give more attention to ten critically endangered birds

  • by: Frans Badenhorst
  • target: Jayanthi Natarajan Minister of State (Independent Charge) Ministry of Environment and Forests ; International Relations and Security Network (ISN) ETH - Indian Environmental Society (IES) - Zurich Leonhardshalde 21, LEH 8092 Zurich Switzerland

Due to the loss of habitat,prey and heavy hunting for meats, some of the Indian birds are on the verge of extinction. Poaching and massive hunting took these beautiful species birds into the category of critically endangered birds of India. Great Indian bustard,Indian Vulture, Himalayan quail and Siberian Crane are few species of birds who are facing critical problem of extinction.

they are ;

1. Great Indian Bustard

2. Red Headed Vulture

3. Forest Owlet

4. Spoon Billed Sandpiper

5. Jerdon’s Courser

6. Bengal Florican

7. White Bellied Heron

8. Himalayan Quail

9. Sociable Lapwing

10. Siberian Crane

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Dear sirs

herewith a request to implement a strategic plan to protect the ten most critically endangered birds in India

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