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Among the birds the most contendus for the title of spectacular and even beautiful birds of Indian forests are Hom Bills with curious beaks and nesting habits, these giants are a naturalists  delight in forest ranging from tropical deciduous to rain forest. Sixteen species of Horn bills occur with in Indian forests and neighboring countries. It is found that both the species Gray Horn Bill and Pide Horn Bill species are present in the forests of Betu district. The present paper is an  attempt to report the habit, habitat and need of conservation of these birds.


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Guha, S., & Mishra, P. K. (2000). Conservation of Horn Bills in Betul District of Madhya Pradesh, India. Environment Conservation Journal, 1(2&3), 103–104.


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