U.S. sets aside habitat critical for survival of rare songbird

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U.S. sets aside habitat critical for survival of rare songbird

Habitat designation includes land in Four Corners states
U.S. wildlife managers have set aside vast areas across several states as habitat critical to the survival of the yellow-billed cuckoo, a rare songbird that migrates each year from Central and South America to breeding grounds in Mexico and the United States. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced the final habitat designation for the western yellow-billed cuckoo April 20.

U.S. sets aside habitat critical for survival of rare songbird

U.S. wildlife managers have set aside vast areas across several states as habitat critical to the survival of the yellow-billed cuckoo, a rare songbird that migrates each year from Central and South America to breeding grounds in Mexico and the United States. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced the final habitat designation for the western yellow-billed cuckoo April 20.
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