Rare “Barking” Bird Spurs Conservation Effort in Ecuador

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: March 3, 2006   View Article

To protect some of the rarest birds in the world, a private foundation is creating new nature reserves spanning thousands of acres of South American bird habitat.

The seed for this unique conservation effort was the surprise 1997 discovery of a new bird species in southern Ecuador.

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