<![CDATA[BirdLife case study of the day]]> en 9th Feb 2016 9th Feb 2016 <![CDATA[BirdLife case study of the day - Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas in Endemic Bird Areas: an example from the East Andes]]> The Ecuador–Peru East Andes Endemic Bird Area (EBA) is defined by the overlapping distributions of 17 restricted-range species. The EBA is estimated to cover 28,000 km2, within which conservation efforts must be targeted: a network of 18 Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas has been identified which holds all 17 species.

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