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Conservation Matters

Republic of the Congo

Capital & largest city Brazzaville

 

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Photo by Rainbirder  October 13, 2008   all rights reserved

 
These birds are considered Vulnerable worldwide Loango Weaver, Yellow-bearded Bulbul, Ghana Cuckoo-shrike, Lesser Kestrel, Beaudouin's Snake-Eagle. The biggest cause of extinctions and decline in bird numbers is habitat loss.

Habitat loss is a cancer that sometimes leaps and takes great swathes of land but often quietly nibbles and creeps taking seemingly insignificant little plots, we have to fight to stop destroying the natural beauty of our planet. We have to stop the leapers and the creepers, both are destructive, both are allowing their greed to dictate there actions.

 

Mapping demographics in WWF priority conservation areas

Do you have something to say about conservation in The Republic Of Congo.

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