Wildlife Biology : An Indian Perspective by Goutam Kumar Saha, Subhendu Mazumdar
This book attempts to cover the whole gamut of wildlife in India portraying its different dimensions and conservation. Comprising thirteen chapters, the book is enriched with principles, theories, methods and tools of wildlife study, latest findings in Indian perspective including supportive data, and photographs of wildlife species in their natural habitat inclusive of colour plates.
The chapters on ‘Wildlife tools and techniques’, ‘Special wildlife management programmes’ and ‘Wildlife legislations and initiatives’ will certainly attract special attention of the readers. The students who wish to pursue career in wildlife biology will be benefited with the book as it provides comprehensive understanding of the common field methods in wildlife research.
The present text is a pioneer effort of the authors to fulfill the course requirement of undergraduate and postgraduate students of wildlife biology and zoology. The book will be equally valuable for the wildlife conservationists, academicians and those who are actively engaged in wildlife research.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Wildlife Biology
Table of Contents:
1. Indian Wildlife—Their Importance and Conservation Status
2. Wildlife Habitat Ecology
3. Protected Area Concept
4. Bio-Ecology of Some Important Indian Wild Animals
5. Behavioural Ecology of Wild Animals
6. Wildlife Tools, Techniques and Practices
7. Capture, Handling and Rescue Operations of Wild Animals and Their Management
8. Captive Breeding of Wild Animals
9. Special Management Programme of Wild Animals In India
10. Man and Wildlife
11. Wildlife Health: Diseases of Wild Animals and Their Management
12. Wildlife Trade: Assessment, Documentation, Preventive Measures
13. Wildlife Legislation: Administrative Measures and Laws