Conservationists offer a blueprint to save South India’s vultures

South India's Vulture
South India's Vulture

Vultures are critically endangered species in India and are recognised in Annexure 1 of the CMS framework. A multispecies plan has been devised for all vultures. The South India Vulture Conservation Group has come up with a blueprint for the conservation of vulture population in five South Indian States, which are home to six of the nine vultures species found in the country. 

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