Cambodia moves to protect endangered bird

Cambodia moves to protect endangered bird - EurekAlert!, November 6, 2006
In an effort to protect a large grassland bird from possible extinction, the government of Cambodia has recently moved to set aside more than one hundred square miles of habitat for the Bengal florican, a bird now classified as endangered, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)...
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