Indian Black Eagle was Spotted after 90 Years in the Aravali Biodiversity Park

 The Indian Black Eagle was spotted in the Aravali Biodiversity Park after a gap of 90 years. The bird was last seen in 1920-21 by Basin Edwardes.

 The Indian Black Eagle is usually found, along the base of the Himalayas from Himachal to Bhutan, northeast peninsula in Odisa, in the south Assam hills to the Lushai hills, , in northeast Pakistan, the northeastern and southeastern Ghats and Sri Lanka.

Related Topics  How Biosphere Reserves are different from protected areas such as National Parks (NP) and Wildlife Sanctuaries(WS)?

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply