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Belding's Yellowthroat (Geothlypis beldingi) inhabits freshwater marshes the length of the state of Baja California Sur. A gap in occurrence from approximately 25u509N to 24u509N separates the subspecies goldmani to the north from beldingi to the south. According to BirdLife International's (2000International's ( , 2007 population estimates, the most important sites for the species are San Ignacio (537-648 birds) and La Purísima (203-450) in the north and San José del Cabo (219-480) and Puntadoi:10.1017/s0959270908000221 fatcat:fvhfiff54jctdfupjjxjl5vkdu