Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 17, 2020

Conservation action has prevented at least 28 extinctions since 1993

Birdlife  reports

A new study shows just how effectively conservation action slows extinction rates, calculating that at least 28 bird and mammal species would have been lost since 1993 without intervention. The message is clear – with enough support, we can halt the extinction crisis.

Read article at  Conservation action has prevented at least 28 extinctions since 1993 | BirdLife


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