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BIRD DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTION IN THREE LAND-USE TYPES IN NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY AWKA, ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA
The increase in habitat destruction due to anthropogenic activities necessitates the study of bird species diversity and distribution for the purpose of conservation of wild bird species. This study was conducted on three selected sites (agricultural site, forested site, and developed site) in Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, using the line transect method. Eighteen bird species belonging to 7 orders and 10 families were recorded during the study. The highest mean number of birds was recorded indoaj:ba2facbb7c804f038e56ada8f4471e26 fatcat:tmghh77eazaypnr2af7byjusni