We all know that habitat loss is pushing many species to the brink of extinction, with the conversion of forests for agricultural use a particular problem.
While mega-farms converting hundreds of hectares for monocrops are a primary culprit, new research shows that farmed land can, in the right setting, play an important role in supporting threatened forest wildlife.
Once common across Southeast Asia, the green peafowl has been a victim of land use change, as well as intense poaching. Classified on the IUCN Red List as Endangered, this spectacular bird is now absent entirely from much of its former range. MORE
Header image: Niti Sukumal.