Tuesday, February 07, 2006

New bird species in Indonesia

This is too cool!

In a CNN.com article, we learn that scientists visited a 1,200-square-mile area (about the size of Rhode Island) in New Guinea's Foja Mountains and found a new honeyeater. The scientists also photographed a Berlepsch's Six-wired Bird of Paradise and a Golden-fronted Bowerbird.

To see the photographs and read more details, visit Conservation International.


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