White-Bellied Cinclodes

By:Thomas Evenson & Anthony Alvarado 1st Period

White-Bellied Cinclodes are an endangered species that are endangered because of the recent buildings that were built on their environment, forcing them to parish. The birds live in Peru in the regions Junin, Lima, and Huancavelica. They only live in high elevation bogs. They have an appetite for worms and different kinds of bugs. They are similar to other birds. White-Bellied Cinclodes are often hunted by snake, hawks, and eagles. Scientists believe that approximately 250 White-Bellied Cinclodes live in this world today.  To this day they are still critically endangered.

Links:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQEOoCzXI84

www.birdlife.org