The proposed site covers approximately an area of 1.5 Sq. km and is surrounded by BSF (Border Security Force) Campus. Thus it could be stated that this campus is well protected and holding healthy biodiversity. Three major and popular birding areas of Bhuj city; the Tapkeswari hill, Hamirshar Lake and Bhujiya hill are very nearer to this campus. On the present survey we tried to prepare a checklist of the avifaunal diversity of Krantiguru Shyamji Krishna Verma (KSKV) university campus, which we feel will provide a baseline information for future in-depth studies.
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