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Closer home in Mumbai, the iconic 131- year- old nature conservation body Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) has decided to "voluntarily" drop the word 'Bombay' from its name.
Bombay Natural History Society and American Alliance of Museums joined hands for project 'e-Mammal' to track, study and document mammals across sites in India with the help of school students.
Asad Rahmani, Director, Bombay Natural History Society, said that we must document and expand the documentation process across India covering rare and neglected species.
Monthly Journal of Medical Science 1:30-35 (Reprinted in Journal of Bombay Natural History Society 59:430-436).
Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 39:3-35.
Dr Asad Rahmani, director of the Bombay Natural History Society, said, 'The ban on the killer drug diclofenac must be implemented urgently and effectively to make sure these vultures have a future.
Most of the plates are reproduced from John Gould's multivolume Birds of Asia (1850-1883), some from Gould's prior Century of Birds from the Himalaya Mountains (1832), a few more from other nineteenth-and early twentieth-century books in the collections of the Bombay Natural History Society as well as from articles published in the Society's journal.
As the researchers were preparing their paper, she says, they found an article published many years ago in the Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society.