- Student KETKI ARUN PURANIK
- Code PLA22164
- Faculty Architecture
- Tutor/s Yati Sengupta,Priyal Shah,Divya Shah
Without birds, our natural ecosystems cannot operate. They provide a variety of services for the forest that support the balance of the ecosystem and are essential to maintaining the food chain as potential pollinators. The diverse anthropogenic activities that are destroying the natural habitats of the avifauna species place them at a high risk of going extinct. This study tries to examine forest disappearances from the perspective of a bird, the White-naped Tit, which is vulnerable to extinction. How are these disappearances hurting the bird, and what impact are they having on the ecosystem of the forest?