Nishant Kumar
Nishant Kumar
Ambedkar University Delhi; Wildlife Institute of India; Edward Grey Institute - University of Oxford
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No effect of satellite tagging on survival, recruitment, longevity, productivity and social dominance of a raptor, and the provisioning and condition of its offspring
F Sergio, G Tavecchia, A Tanferna, L López Jiménez, J Blas, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (6), 1665-1675, 2015
Density, laying date, breeding success and diet of Black Kites Milvus migrans govinda in the city of Delhi (India)
N Kumar, D Mohan, YV Jhala, Q Qureshi, F Sergio
Bird Study 61 (1), 1-8, 2014
Habitat selection by an avian top predator in the tropical megacity of Delhi: human activities and socio-religious practices as prey-facilitating tools
N Kumar, U Gupta, YV Jhala, Q Qureshi, AG Gosler, F Sergio
Urban ecosystems 21 (2), 339-349, 2018
Human-attacks by an urban raptor are tied to human subsidies and religious practices
N Kumar, YV Jhala, Q Qureshi, AG Gosler, F Sergio
Scientific reports 9 (1), 2545, 2019
The population density of an urban raptor is inextricably tied to human cultural practices
N Kumar, U Gupta, H Malhotra, V Jhala, Yadvendradev, Q Qureshi, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 286 (1900), 2019
GPS‑telemetry unveils the regular high‑elevation crossing of the Himalayas by a migratory raptor: implications for definition of a “Central Asian Flyway”
N Kumar, U Gupta, YV Jhala, Q Qureshi, AG Gosler, F Sergio
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-9, 2020
Raptor research during the COVID-19 pandemic provides invaluable opportunities for conservation biology
P Sumasgutner, R Buij, CJW McClure, P Shaw, CR Dykstra, N Kumar, ...
Biological Conservation 257,, 2021
Urban Waste and the Human–Animal Interface in Delhi
N Kumar, A Singh, B HarRiss-White
Economic & Political Weekly 54 (47), 42-47, 2019
Offspring defense by an urban raptor responds to human subsidies and ritual animal-feeding practices
N Kumar, Q Qureshi, YV Jhala, AG Gosler, F Sergio
PLoS One 13 (10), e0204549, 2018
Embracing “more-than-Western” bird knowledge: A decolonial process to move from discussion to action
T Bastian, C Kellen, H Michael, M Olav, V Daniel, M Benjamin, H, ...
Ornithological Applications 126 (4), 1-13, 2024
Ecology and Ethno-ornithology of Black Kites Milvus migrans in Delhi, India
N Kumar
University of Oxford …, 2019
A Study of Resource Selection by Black Kites Milvus migrans in the Urban Landscape of National Capital Region, India
N Kumar
Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun. 248001. …, 2013
Economics, Ecology, Ecosystem: The Interconnectedness of Our Home
N Kumar
THINKPAWS Sustainability Research Foundation. Link: …, 2024
Can human-dog friendship withstand the ‘virtual reality’ paradox?
N Kumar
THINKPAWS Sustainability Research Foundation …, 2024
Urban Commensalism & Aviation Safety: A Dynamic Approach to Birdstrike Mitigation at the Indian Air Force Station, Agra.
N Kumar, K M, Hisham, M Amee, J Akash, V Vishnu, K Jugnu, K Navneet
PAWS Web Sustainability Research Foundation (, 2023
People, animals and waste form systemic links within tropical cities: case of an urban raptor in Delhi, India
N Kumar, U Gupta, A Mehta, H Malhotra
Ecology of Tropical Cities: Natural and Social Sciences Applied to the …, 2023
Ecological Impacts of Poultry Waste on Urban Raptors: Conflicts, Diseases, and Climate Change Implications amidst Pandemic Threats
N Kumar
bioRxiv [Pre-print Server], 2023
Case Studies on Consequences of Ecological Disruption: Vulture Loss and Cultural Shifts in South Asia
N Kumar
The Environmental Society. P.G.D.A.V. College; University of Delhi 2 …, 2023
A Pilot Study on the Efficacy of Meat Tossing at Reducing Birdstrikes
N Kumar, G Nikita, VJ Yadvendradev, Q Qamar
PAWS Web (, 2023
Black Kite Activity Range: How far do they fly and how often?
N Kumar, U Gupta, S Srinidhi
Blue Sky: Special Edition on Birds and Aerospace Safety (Indian Air Force), 2023
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