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More profitable than farming: how Ecuador's birding boom is benefiting wildlife
by Stephen Moss

The Guardian    Translate This Article
1 June 2024

On 1 June 2024 The Guardian reported: Birding tourism is thriving in Ecuador, with increasing numbers of specialist tour groups, local bird guides, and wildlife lodges. The country boasts more than 1,600 different species -- almost twice as many as the whole of Europe -- in an area only slightly larger than the UK. As the business of birding grows, more and more subsistence farmers are transitioning their land from agriculture to bird reserves, benefiting not just the birds, but the country's economy, too. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of science and business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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