Protect the Western Yellow-billed Cuckoo from Extinction

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Yellow-billed Cuckoos can only be found in a fraction of their former range in the American West, a decline linked to the loss of over 90 percent of their breeding habitat—the cottonwood and willow forests that once lined the banks of western rivers.

– Photo by David Speiser

The (FWS) has proposed protecting the western Yellow-billed Cuckoo under the , and is accepting public comments through 2nd December 2013.

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Protect the Western Yellow-billed Cuckoo from Extinction

Do it today, don’t delay.

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Nancy Gregory

Gee Sergio – where was he in Argentina?

Sergio Corbet

I used to see this handsome bird wintering in Argentina. During the last few years it's numbers have visibly declined becoming a rare bird with sightings of one or 2 birds during the whole season! Definitely in its nesting areas something has to be done and very urgently! Hopefully we shall not have to write it down from the existing Worlds Birds List!

Sergio Corbet

Those are sad news about the decline of the Yellow-billed Cuckoo. Some years ago