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Bird Conservation

Comprehensive action plans have been put in place in South America and the United States to save the Cerulean Warbler and the Blue-Throated Macaw, two of our world’s most threatened birds. Columbian conservation groups Fundacion ProAves and El Grupo Ceruleo have partnered with the American Bird Conservancy (ABC) to develop and publish a conservation plan for the Cerulean Warbler, according to Surfbirds News.  The action plan will address the challenging issues involved in the conservation of this unique bird species whose range…

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Important Bird Areas

Of the 190 birds on the critically endangered list, 44 of them are in the Pacific region.  Birdlife International  is leading the way towards establishing Important Bird Areas and starting conservation activities to urgently try to save the remaining birds.  Basically, an Important Bird Area means an area is treated as a key conservation zone in which activities will be done to try to save the birds.  Being designated as Important Areas means they now officially have equal importance to anywhere in the United…

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