Which among the following birds spotted in India is under ‘Critically Endangered’ category of IUCN?

Which among the following birds spotted in India is under ‘Critically Endangered’ category of IUCN?
[A]White-rumped Vulture
[B]Great Knot
[C]Egyptian Vulture
[D]Steppe Eagle

White-rumped Vulture
According to the Salim Ali Bird Count conducted by BNHS in association with Bird Count India, India is home to 514 species of birds. Maharashtra state ranks first with a total of 123 lists, followed by Kerala with 59 lists and Karnataka and Tamil Nadu each with 40 lists. Of the 514 species of birds spotted during the bird count 30 species were from the IUCN Red List of Threatened Birds 2015. White-rumped Vulture was the only bird spotted from the ‘Critically Endangered’ category.

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