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About This Project

Endemic Caribbean forest birds are poorly known, threatened and in decline. Our project uses the power of citizen science volunteers to search spectrograms of field recordings for these endemic forest birds. This information will help us conserve them by giving us a better understanding of what habitats are important to these species, and how many individuals are left.

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