White-cheeked Barbet Psilopogon viridis
Version: 2.0 — Published January 29, 2021
Conservation and Management
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Common and widespread throughout its range (Least Concern). An adaptable species (2), known to occur in human-modified habitats such as cities, plantations and gardens, and therefore not likely to be of conservation concern. Known also from protected areas such as Parambikulam (19) and Purna Wildlife Sanctuaries (20), and many others across the Western Ghats, and also Toranmal forest, Maharashtra (9). Listed as "Low Concern" by the State of India's Birds report (21).
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