Migratory birds avoid staying at habitats in Sindh.


ISLAMABAD -- The migratory birds of Serbia reaching Pakistan after the mercury declines to -30 degrees in their native habitats have avoided staying at their favourable habitats in Sindh.

An official of the ministry of climate change told reporter that there had been a shift in the behavior of the birds that had made stays in Thatta, Rann of Kutch and Thar coastal areas.

However a large number of these migratory birds sprawl over other lakes including Thattha lakes, Haleji, Keenjhar and Hadbero. These bulks of birds also reached Larkana's Langh Lake, Drigh Lake and the Hamal Lake in the Qamber district.

To a question, he said the arrival of these migratory birds in Pakistan start by the end of August and their exodus takes place in February leaving no bird by March.

He said the main reason for their drastic decrease in visits to the mentioned...

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