A note ‘Unusual Congregation of Savanna Nightjar Caprimulgus Affinis In A Wheat Field’ by Girish Jathar, Sachin Anpat, Balu Bhangare and Dharmaraj Patil is published in the Journal of Bombay Natural History Society (JBNHS). The Journal of Bombay Natural History Society (JBNHS) is a triannual in which concise reports of original research in natural history, taxonomy and other aspects of zoology and botany of general interest are published. The note is published in its May – August 2014 issue (Volume 111, Issue 2). This note describes the uncommon sighting of nightjar savanna (Caprimulgus affinis) in Partala, one of the project villages of the Climate Change Adaptation project in Madhya Pradesh.
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