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Praveen (2015) compiled a list of 500 species of birds as occurring in the state of Kerala. Birdwatchers have been actively documenting more bird species in the state. Here is an update on the additions and corrections to this list based on records made during years 2015â€“May 2019 with some older records that were confirmed retrospectively.
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