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Common Bird Monitoring Of India

The Common Bird Monitoring Program, a pioneer Citizen Science Project and certainly, the first of its kind in the country to monitor common birds, was launchedin Mumbai, India on the occasion of the World Sparrow Day on March 20, 2012.

The program is a Nature Forever Society initiative, aimed at monitoring, throughdetailed population estimation and distribution mapping of the 18 common birdspecies found across the country such as the House Sparrows, House Crows, Rock Pigeons, Rose-ringed Parakeets all of which are well known as well as thelesser known Ashy Prinia and Hoopoe. It is an unique project by the people, for the people and of the people. In addition, the project will also help map the common bird species of Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh.