Kaleem Ahmed

My interests range from birds in urban and semi-urban ecosystems to biodiversity assessment and rare and endangered species monitoring. I am also interested in understanding birds’ ecology at the species and community levels. I also focus on understanding bird community structure in human-dominated landscapes such as urban and agricultural ecosystems and forest ecosystems. I am teaching Ornithology and Animal Behaviour at the Department of Wildlife Sciences at the postgraduate level.

Currently working on two projects Avifaunal diversity in agro-ecosystem: Nautanwa, Maharajganj, Uttar Pradesh, India, and Nest density and Nest-site characteristics of selected avian species in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India

Aligarh Muslim University
Department of Wildlife Science
Designation type:
Faculty/ PI/ Scientist at a University, Institute or NGO
Assistant Professor
State/Union Territory:
Uttar Pradesh
Primary focus:
Primary area of study:
Behaviour--Bioacoustics, Conservation, Ecology--General
Primary field sites:

Western Himalayas, J&K, Dudhwa, Uttar Pradesh, Aligarh

Volunteers, Interns, Masters students seeking a thesis guide, Project assistants, PhD students, Independent researchers
Futher information on opportunities:

For Ph.D., M.Sc. thesis guidance, collaborative projects on birds and further opportunities, please write to me at [email protected]