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OUR COLLABORATION WITH BRAZIL HELPS TO CONTINUE THE BARE-FACED CURASSOW REINTRODUCTION PROJECT ...
By Rewilding Argentina - July 12, 2021
Ten bare-faced curassows arrived from Brazil to join the species reintroduction project in the Iberá Wetlands, in northeastern Argentina. The bare-faced is the biggest curassow in Argentina. Hunting and habitat loss drove it extinct in Corrientes, and its return to Iberá will recover the species' ecological role of forest creator.

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