Center for Biological Diversity

Endangered Bird Trends

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‘Akiapōlā‘au by Eric VanderWerf, Pacific Rim Conservation; ‘o‘u by USFWS; Aguiguan nightingale reed-warbler (gaga karisu) by Scott Vogt/USFWS; Aleutian Canada goose by Dave Menke/USFWS; American peregrine falcon by Dave Ledig/USFWS; Arctic peregrine falcon by USFWS; Attwater's greater prairie chicken by George Lavendowski, USFWS; Audubon's crested caracara (Florida DPS) by USFWS; Bachman's warbler by Jerry A. Payne/USDA; bald eagle (Continental U.S. DPS) by Tom Koerner/USFWS; Bermuda petrel (cahow) by Richard Crossley from The Crossley ID Guide: Eastern Birds; black-capped vireo by Michael Male/Wikimedia; brown pelican (Atlantic DPS) by USGS; brown pelican (Western Gulf Coast DPS) by USFWS; cactus ferruginous pygmy owl (Arizona DPS) by Robin Silver, Center for Biological Diversity; California brown pelican by Peter Pearsall/USFWS; California clapper rail by Andy Raab/USFWS; California condor by USFWS; California least tern by Rinus Baak/USFWS; Cape Sable seaside sparrow by David A. La Puma/Wikimedia; Caribbean brown pelican by Mike Morel/USFWS; coastal California gnatcatcher by Marci Koski/USFWS; crested honeycreeper (‘ākohekohe) by USGS; dusky seaside sparrow by USFWS; Eskimo curlew by James Audubon; Everglade snail kite by South Florida Water Management District; Florida grasshopper sparrow by Kenneth Cole Schneider; Florida scrub-jay by USFWS; golden-cheeked warbler by USFWS; Guam bridled white-eye (nossa) by Peter/Wikimedia; Guam broadbill (chuguangguang) by Anne Maben/USFWS; Guam kingfisher (sihek) by Eric Savage; Guam rail (‘ko‘ko) by USDA; Gunnison sage grouse by USDA; Hawaii ‘ākepa (akakane) by Carter T. Atkinson/USGS; Hawaii creeper by Carter T. Atkinson/USGS; Hawaiian common gallinule (‘alae ‘ula) by Dick Daniels/Wikimedia; Hawaiian coot (‘alae ke‘oke‘o) by John J. Mosesso/USGS; Hawaiian crow (‘alalā) by USFWS; Hawaiian duck (koloa), public domain; Hawaiian goose (nēnē) byLoyal Mehrhoff, USGS; Hawaiian hawk (‘io), public domain; Hawaiian petrel (‘ua‘u) by NPS; Hawaiian stilt (ae‘o) by Daniel Clark/USFWS; Inyo California towhee by Herbert Clarke/USFWS; ivory-billed woodpeckers by David Allen, courtesy Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Kauai ‘ākepa (‘akeke‘e) by USGS; Kauai ‘akialoa, Molly Hagemann, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum; Kauai ‘ōʻō by Brett Hartl, Center for Biological Diversity; Kauai creeper (‘akikiki) by Carter Atkinson/USGS; Kauai nukupu‘u, Molly Hagemann, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum; Kirtland's warbler by Joel Trick/USFWS; large Kauai thrush (kāma‘o), Molly Hagemann, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum; Laysan duck by Loyal Mehrhoff, USGS; Laysan finch by S. Plentovich/USFWS; least Bell's vireo, Brett Hartl, Center for Biological Diversity; least tern (Interior DPS) by USFWS; light-footed clapper rail (U.S. DPS) by Rinus Baak/USFWS; marbled murrelet (Northwest DPS) by Rich McIntosh/USGS; Mariana crow (aga) by Emily L. Weiser; Mariana mallard by USFWS; Mariana nightingale reed-warbler (ga kaliso, gaga karisu) by Loyal Mehrhoff, USFWS; Mariana swiftlet (yayaguak) by Curt Kessler/USFWS; Mariana common moorhen (pulattat) by USFWS; masked bobwhite by USFWS; Maui ‘ākepa (akepeuie) by Molly Hagemann, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum; Maui nukupu‘u by Molly Hagemann, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum; Maui parrotbill (kiwikiu) by USFWS; Mexican duck (U.S. DPS) by Gary L. Clark/Wikimedia; Mexican spotted owl by Aaron Maizlish/Flickr; Micronesian megapode by Michael Lusk/Flickr; Mississippi sandhill crane by USFWS; Molokai creeper (kākāwahie) by Molly Hagemann, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum; Molokai thrush (oloma‘o) by Sheryl Ives Boynton; Mona yellow-shouldered blackbird (La Mariquita de Puerto Rico) by Mike Morel/USFWS; Newell's shearwater (‘a‘o) by Brenda Zaun/USFWS; Nihoa finch by Craig Rowland/USFWS; Nihoa millerbird by Craig Rowland/USFWS; northern aplomado falcon by USFWS; northern spotted owl by John and Karen Hollingsworth/USFWS; Oahu creeper (Oahu ‘alauahio) by Molly Hagemann, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum; Oahu ‘elepaio by Eric VanderWerf, Pacific Rim Conservation; Palau fantail by Devon Pike/Wikimedia; palila by HarmonyonPlanetEarth/Flickr; piping plover (Atlantic DPS) by USFWS; piping plover (Great Lakes DPS) by USFWS; piping plover (Northern Great Plains DPS) by Steven Tucker/USFWS; po‘ouli by USFWS; Puerto Rican broad-winged hawk (Guaraguao de Bosque) by USFWS; Puerto Rican nightjar by Mike Morel/USFWS; Puerto Rican parrot by Tom MacKenzie/USFWS; Puerto Rican plain pigeon by Carlos Ruiz/USFWS; Puerto Rican sharp-shinned hawk by Mike Morel/USFWS; Puerto Rican yellow-shouldered blackbird (la Mariquita de Puerto Rico) by Mike Morel/USFWS; red-cockaded woodpecker by Martjan Lammertink/USFWS; roseate tern (Caribbean DPS) by Amanda Boyd/USFWS; roseate tern (Northeastern DPS) by Fyn Kynd Photography/Flickr; Rota bridled white-eye (nosa luta) by Fred Amidon/USFWS; Rufa red knot by Brett Hartl; San Clemente bell's sparrow (also known as San Clemente sage sparrow) courtesy U.S. Navy; San Clemente loggerhead shrike by Don Brubaker/USFWS; Santa Barbara song sparrow not available (song sparrow public domain); short-tailed albatross by J. Klavitter/USFWS; small Kauai thrush by Eric VanderWerf, Pacific Rim Conservation; southwestern willow flycatcher by USDA; spectacled eider by Casey Setash/USFWS; Steller's eider (Alaska breeding DPS) by Laura L. Whitehouse/USFWS; streaked horned lark by David Maloney/USFWS; thick-billed parrot by Jim Rorabaugh, USFWS; Tinian monarch (chickurikan tinian) by Devon Pike/Wikimedia; western snowy plover (Pacific DPS) by D. Pitkin/USFWS; white-necked crow by ZankaM/Wikimedia; whooping crane by Ryan Hagerty/USFWS; wood stork (U.S. DPS) by Eric Horan/USFWS; yellow-billed cuckoo (Western DPS) by Creed Clayton/USFWS; Yuma clapper rail (U.S. DPS) Jerry A. Payne/USDA.