Geographical publications and justification of the status of Emberiza bruniceps species in central and southeastern Afghanistan and the world
Mohammad Sharif Arianmal, Frishta Samandari
This study investigates geophysical publications and justifies the status of Emberiza bruniceps species in the Central and Eastern Zone of Afghanistan and the world. Unintentional hunting and selling of birds raises concerns about the decline or abundance of species. Current studies are in 2019-2020 in the Central Zone and the provinces of Logar, Kabul, Wardak and Parwan. In this sampling, 1000 samples were collected from different regions. Among the 900 samples were collected from the bird markets of Kabul, Logar, Parwan, Paktia. These birds are hunted and sold for their good singing and beauty. Twelve specimens were obtained from different regions and morphological and morphometric studies revealed that the species (Emberiza bruniceps) belonged to the genus (Emberizidae). This bird is about 15 to 16.5 cm long. In the adult male bird, the head, face, throat, and reddish brown are yellow and under the trunk and tail are yellow. Its stripe trunk and olive green background. Adult female with brown head, rotunda with brown veins, yellowish green, under pale yellow trunk. Therefore, the male and female birds have a plumage pattern, morphometric ally different size, and the male has seasonal variations, which proves that it has sexual dimorphism. Studies show that in the past ten years, nearly 10,000 samples have been sold in the Afghan market each year, and that figure has increased to the point where it is found to be in good standing or of least concern Has. And it also has its geophysical publications in Afghanistan in all areas of the north-east and north-west in low-lying areas and abroad. Afghanistan; Bangladesh; China; India; Iran, Islamic Republic of; Kazakhstan; Kuwait; Kyrgyzstan; Mongolia; Nepal; Pakistan; Russian Federation; Tajikistan; Turkmenistan; Uzbekistan Vagrant: Belgium.