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Biology and conservation of cracids

Brooks, D.M. & Fuller, R.A. 2006. Biology and conservation of cracids. In: Brooks, D.M. (ed.) Conserving Cracids: The most threatened family of birds in the Americas. Houston, USA. Miscellaneous Publications of The Houston Museum of Natural Science No. 6. pp 9–21.

    The family Cracidae (chachalacas, guans and curassows), endemic to the Neotropics, comprises a group of large, forest-dwelling, frugivorous (fruit-eating) birds (Brooks 2002a). Cracids are the most endangered avian family in the region, with approximately half of the larger, turkey-sized guans and curassows considered Vulnerable or Endangered.

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