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- Argentina approves measures to save seabirds March 23, 2017The use of measures to prevent seabird bycatch deaths has just been approved by the Argentinean government—a decision that will save the lives of thousands of seabirds. Daily life is not easy for a fisherman in the South Atlantic. Bad weather, waves several meters high and the constant movement of the boat make their tasks […]
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Tag Archives: Foothill Elaenia
Archived 2010-2011 topics: Foothill Elaenia (Myiopagis olallai): is there sufficient information to reassess this species?
Foothill Elaenia Myiopagis olallai is currently listed as Near-Threatened. The species, however, has a very restricted range and is apparently known from just four locations. It would therefore qualify as Endangered under the same criterion if there is evidence that the species is in decline. Comments on the range of this species, likely population trends and the number of locations from where it has been recorded are needed in order to update this assessment. Continue reading