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Promoting the Southwest Willow Flycatcher’s Conservation

Southwest Willow Flycatcher's conservation

Have you heard of the endangered southwest willow flycatcher? It’s a bird that nests and feeds in dense forests of willow and non-native saltcedar (tamarisk trees) along southwestern rivers. Many organizations are working to promote its conservation, including USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS).

Moving Tamarisk Leaf Beetles (Diorhabda species)

Movimiento de escarabajos de hoja de tamarisco (especies de Diorhabda)

Please Don’t Move the Tamarisk Leaf Beetle