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Close up of small bird with black and dark blue feathers on tree branch.
Endangered royal sunangel (Heliangelus regalis).
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Conservation Assessment and Planning to Safeguard Globally Threatened Birds in San José de Lourdes Key Biodiversity Area of Peru
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Practical Actions - Regional Office for Latin America
HOTSPOT
Tropical Andes
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$25,444
DATES
Jul 2017
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Nov 2017
Stats
Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Tropical Andes
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$25,444
DATES
Jul 2017
-
Nov 2017

Identify, document and map the status, location and habitat of Maranon pigeon (Patagioenas oenops) and royal sunangel (Heliangelus regalis) in the San José de Lourdes Key Biodiversity Area in Peru. This project will generate recommendations for the prioritization and planning of conservation action for these priority species in a participatory way with local stakeholders.

Strategic Direction: 5 Safeguard globally threatened species.