Bird survival in forests and their successful reproduction depends on the appropriate natural forest habitat they occupy. Habitats should provide right resources and conditions for the birds. But birds' habitats are continuously being destroyed mainly by anthropogenic activities (agricultural activities, settlements and infrastructural development etc). Humans continue to destroy birds' habitat in pursuit of their own livelihoods at the expense of birds. Knowledge on bird habitat relationships is therefore critical in understanding various requirements of birds and to provide information on how to enhance their conservation especially in coastal forests that are part of conservation area hotspots for biodiversity identified so far. This book is part of an effort to bring this understanding to the minds of academicians, conservationists and policy makers.