Stresemann’s Bristlefront seen in Brazil for the 1st time in years

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Stresemann's Bristlefront, Ciro Albano
Lost and Found:
Stresemann’s Bristlefront
One of the world’s rarest birds, the Stresemann’s Bristlefront appears to be literally one bird away from extinction. In December 2018, after months of intensive searching, a lone bristlefront was observed in Brazil. This rediscovery renews hope that this species can be saved.Unfortunately, this Critically Endangered bird is confined to one of the most fragmented and degraded – and vulnerable – forests in the Americas.

Will more be found, and what will it take to save the world’s most imperiled bird?

Find Out Here
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