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Indo-Burmese forests (PDF, 695 KB) - BirdLife International

Indo-Burmese forests (PDF, 695 KB) - BirdLife International

Indo-Burmese forests (PDF, 695 KB) - BirdLife

Indo-Burmese forests T EN HE Indo-Burmese region includes the moist tropical and subtropical forests which extend from north-east India and southern China across the lowlands and isolated mountains of South-East Asia, as well as the Andaman and Nicobar islands. The forests in this region support 24 threatened bird species, 18 of which breed nowhere else; the other six include four which also occur in the Sundaland forests (F07) and two from the South-east Chinese forests (F03). Seven threatened species are relatively widespread within this region (Table 2), and 17 are confined to one of the region’s six Endemic Bird Areas and two Secondary Areas. Nine species of this region are Endangered, including three low-density species which inhabit forested wetlands, and six restricted-range species affected by deforestation. ■ Key habitats Lowland evergreen and semi-evergreen tropical rainforest, moist deciduous forest and hill evergreen forest, and associated wetlands. ■ Altitude 0–2,400 m. ■ Countries and territories China (Yunnan, Hainan); India (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Andaman and Nicobar islands); Bhutan; Bangladesh; Myanmar; Thailand; Laos; Cambodia; Vietnam. Much of the original forest in Thailand has been cleared, and most of the remaining forests are inside protected areas such as Nam Nao National Park. PHOTO: MIKE CROSBY/BIRDLIFE Threatened species CR Total VU — 7 11 18 — 2 3 5 — — 1 1 Total — 9 15 24 Key: = breeds only in this forest region. = also breeds in other region(s). = non-breeding visitor from another region. The Indo-Burmese forests region corresponds closely to Conservation International’s Indo-Burma Hotspot (see pp.20–21). 75 F06

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