PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN RELATION TO TARD HABITAT STUDIES FROM NATHSAGAR BIRD S RGCTUARY, REGION PAITHAN, DIST AURANGABAD, MAHARASHTRAG.D. Khedkar
Nathsagar is one of the largest shallow wetland habitats of India, which was traced by the migratory birds 10-12 years ago. Now due to favorable environmental factors, ample food and safeness, this habitat is at the peak in fetching millions of the birds from November to February every year Recorded bird diversity of this habitat is around 69 different species all around the world. In auditing the safeness of this habitat for the migratory birds, present study was undertaken for analysing the pesticide residues from water samples, sediment samples and small fish (the food for birds) samples.This study was undertaken for the yaer 2003-2004. Potential dangers and possible efficts of pesticides on birds were discussed in accordance with the obtained results.
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