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Tag Archives: Sierra Madre Sparrow
Archived 2015 topics: Sierra Madre Sparrow (Xenospiza baileyi): is it correctly listed as Endangered?
Although the range estimates for this species meet the thresholds for Critically Endangered, it does not qualify for this status because it is known from more than one location and its habitat was not considered to be severely fragmented. Further detailed information on this species is requested in order to clarify its status. Continue reading