Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 30, 2022

“Found” Bornean Bird Sparks Hope and Inspiration for Bird Conservation Efforts

The American Bird Conservancy reports

After being undocumented for 172 years, the mysterious Black-browed Babbler was observed and videotaped for the first time in the wild by an expedition funded by Oriental Bird Club (OBC) and American Bird Conservancy (ABC). A team of ornithologists observed, photographed, and obtained the first-ever video footage of this species in its habitat in Kotabaru Regency, South Kalimantan, Indonesia, in September 2021.

Read more at  “Found” Bornean Bird Sparks Hope and Inspiration for Bird Conservation Efforts – American Bird Conservancy


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