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- The Comeback Kids: five birds brought back from the brink May 21, 2018People often underestimate nature’s power to bounce back. Give it half a chance, and habitats will start to regrow, populations recover. There’s no denying that humans create huge challenges – but with enough support, dedication and resources, we can also reverse them. And the minute we do, nature is there in the wings, waiting to […]
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Tag Archives: Siamese Fireback
Siamese Fireback Lophura diardi is listed as Near Threatened on the basis that it is undergoing a continued decline estimated at 20-29% over 10 years based on current rates of lowland forest loss in its range, as well as the effects of ongoing hunting pressure. Recent evidence, however, suggests that the species may be able to tolerate a higher level of hunting pressure than was previously thought. Continue reading