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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Announces Six South American Bird Species Protected as Endangered under the ESA


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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) today announced a final rule to protect six South American bird species as endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), including the ash-breasted tit-tyrant, Junín grebe, Junín rail, Peruvian plantcutter, royal cinclodes, and white-browed tit-spinetail. Two of these species, the ash-breasted tit-tyrant and royal cinclodes, are native to Peru and Bolivia, while the remaining four species occur only in Peru.

 

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JuninGrebe_PeteMorris_BirdquestTN.jpgThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced a final rule to protect six South American bird species as Endangered under the U.S. Endangered Species Act, including the Ash-breasted Tit-Tyrant, Junin Grebe, Junin Rail, Peruvian Plantcutter, Royal Cinclodes, and White-browed Tit-Spinetail. Two of these species, the Ash-breasted Tit-Tyrant and Royal Cinclodes, are native to Peru and Bolivia, while the remaining four species occur only in Peru.

 

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