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Over 10.5 lakh birds spotted in Chilka lagoon: CDA survey

Bhubaneswar, Jan 03 (UNI) An estimated 10.5 lakhs to 10.7 lakhs bird population was spotted in Chilika lagoon as per the survey conducted by the Chilika Development Authority(CDA) today.
The annual monitoring of the Chilika lagoon was conducted from this morning till noon to know the status of flora and fauna and also to estimate the population range of birds in particular.
The monitoring was carried out with the help of 175 personnel in 29 teams comprising of officials of CDA, staff from Chilika Wildlife Division, members of different boats association, members of NGOs along with WWF-India representative of Odisha and BNHS.
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