Nick Bayly

Nick Bayly

Apr 04, 2017

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    About This Project

    SELVA: Research for Conservation in the Neotropics

    Travelling thousands of kilometers every year, the Yellow-billed Cuckoo is a true globe trotter. Its epic migration takes it from its breeding grounds in North America’s deciduous forest, across the Caribbean and the Amazon basin, and deep into South America – and back again! With your support, in this phase of the Neotropical Flyways Project we will answer the big unanswered question, how?

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