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"You can know the names of a bird in all languages of the world,but when you are finished ,
You will know absolutely nothing whatever about the bird.....
So let`s look at the bird and see what it`s doing --that`s what counts.
I learned very early the difference between knowing the name of something and knowing something."

-Nobel Laureate Richard P Feynman(1918-1988)

Friday, August 5, 2011


Hi, Everybody,
You are welcome to read our recent survey reports on Bird Survey at Malayattoor Forest Division and Water Bird Count at Varapuzha in the "REPORTS" section in the right panel.


  1. The Mslayattoor report brought to mind the four days spent in Kunjiyar jungle. There was absence of list of participants in that report.

    I thank Dilip Sir for preparing an excellent report of Varappuzha bird survey.

  2. Thanks Dr.Prasanth for the compliment. By the way, the Malayattoor report is only a preliminary report and a detailed analytical report is being (presumed) prepared by Nameer sir and it will definitely contain the details like the list of participants etc.