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Mixed farm-forest landscapes too support bird biodiversity: study

A new study has found that mixed agriculture-forest landscapes near protected areas can also be used to promote conservation of bird biodiversity. The study was conducted by Biang La Nam Syiem, a student of the postgraduate programme in wildlife biology and conservation, jointly conducted by the National Centre for Biological Sciences and Wildlife Conservation Society India Programme. Syiem, along with Dr. Divya Vasudev and Dr. Varun R. Goswami of WCS, has published a report on the study in journal PLOS ONE.