Environmental assessment of avi-faunal study of Gokharkuda: A coastal village eco-complex of Ganjam district, Odisha
Raj Kumar Baitharu, Nihar Ranjan Rout, Hara Prasad Sahoo, C Bhim Sen Baitharu
The coastal faunal diversity maintained natural process, upholding the environmental assessment throughout the world by playing a vital role in sustaining of coastal ecosystem. A total 123 number of bird species recorded from in and around the Gokharkuda, a coastal village of coastal Ganjam district of Odisha. During field study it was found that out of total 123 species, family Scolopacidae belongs to 13 no of species and most are mostly dominant family fallowed by Ardeidae (10). The animal kingdom of the coastal village Gokharkuda is efficiently and ecologically very important. Survivability of the coastal village eco-complex is flourished with these small numbers of faunal richness by pollination. Appropriate planned management needs for coastal village ecosystem conservation for futures’ balance with human life. The recent assessment gives an idea of particular Avi-fauna at coastal marine village eco-complex of Ganjam district in Odisha.
Raj Kumar Baitharu, Nihar Ranjan Rout, Hara Prasad Sahoo, C Bhim Sen Baitharu. Environmental assessment of avi-faunal study of Gokharkuda: A coastal village eco-complex of Ganjam district, Odisha. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences. 2020; 2(4): 573-578.