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  • The Gene That Paints Birds Red.
    • The Atlantic – “In the 1920’s, breeders turned yellow canaries red. Now, scientists have finally found the gene responsible.”
    • Author: Ed Yong
    • Date: May 19th , 2016
    • Language: English
  • Trafficked tropical animals: the ghost export of Venezuela
    • Author: Jeanfreddy Gutiérrez Torres
    • Date: October 1st , 2015
    • Language: English
  • Red Siskin Sporagra cucullata
    • Continuing our series on Neotropical birds categorised as Globally Threatened by IUCN and BirdLife International, Chris Sharpe discusses the ‘cardenalito’, a brightly coloured finch from northern South America.
    • Neotropical Birding Magazine, 18
    • Language: English
  • Back from the Brink: Saving the Red Siskin.
    • Smithsonian Institute for Biodiversity Genomics: Smithsonian scientists use novel genetic tools to help save an iconic bird from the brink of extinction.
    • Language: English