Eskimo Curlew

Scientific name: Numenius borealis

Date last recorded in wild: 1963

Geographic region: Argentina; Barbados; Brazil; Canada; Chile; Mexico; Paraguay; United States; Uruguay

Threats: Habitat loss, hunting

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  1. Hi, my name is Jim Muller and I live in Wellington, Fl. I have a pair of Imperial Woodpeckers that return to my oak tree annually in search of bugs, I believe they feast on termites. I’m to report that these birds are not extinct and we took photos of them while feeding. If you need to contact me, please call (561) 346-9213.

  2. I AM SO SORRY THAT IT IS POSSIBLE THAT WE WILL LOSE THESE BEAUTIFUL ANIMALS…IT MAKES ME VERY VERY SAD. I DO NOT LIKE TO SEE THIS HAPPENING I CAN HARDLY STAND TO SEE A KITTEN, DOG CAT HORSE
    HURT BY ANYONE…..PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANYMORE SUCH PICTURES. THANK YOU

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