Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) has started a unique and interesting citizen science programme to collect and share information on the status and distribution of House
Sparrow in India.
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and spending 5 minutes documenting the presence or absence of sparrows in localities you know well, both at present and at any time in the past, you will join enthusiasts all over the country in helping sparrows.
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Karthik K. is looking after this initiative, along with Dr Koustubh Sharma and Dr Suhel Qader. They will collate and analyze the data.