Reseña del editor
This book deals with the comparative behavior of deer in Godawari Research Center (GDRC), andParsa Wildlife Reserve (PWR). To gather the information on translocated deer a thorough scanning process wasused. For which binocular was used where they were seen. The Spotted Deer which was re-introduced was seen socialized and interacting with the Spotted Deer of PWR group. Physical conditions were seenimproving day by day. There sense seems weaker, degree of alertness also less and while running speed was also low as compared to PWR group. In Adhabhar the deer from GDRC follow the routine as of PWR but in Kaminidaha chital of GDRC was only seen insingle herd for two times. Among 81 Chitals translocated to PWR, 19 had reduced due to naturaldeath and by the predators. Significant anthropogenic disturbances were observed.
Biografía del autor
Nabin Bhattari, M.Sc: Studying at Tribhuvan University, with major subject Wildlife Management. Research assistant at Bird Conservation Nepal (BCN), Nepal.Has worked for Tiger Monitoring census in TAL area for last three years i.e. 2008/09/10