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Eastern Spinebill

Eastern Spinebill (Acanthorhynchus tenuirostris) by David Cook Wildlife Photography

Peruvian diving-petrel

Peruvian diving-petrel

White-bellied heron This heron is classified as Critically Endangered because it has an extremely small and rapidly declining population. This decline is projected to increase in the near future as a result of the loss and degradation of lowland forest and wetlands, and through direct exploitation and disturbance.

White-bellied heron This heron is classified as Critically Endangered because it has an extremely small and rapidly declining population. This decline is projected to increase in the near future as a result of the loss and degradation of lowland forest and wetlands, and through direct exploitation and disturbance.

Dark-winged trumpeter

Dark-winged trumpeter

northern bald ibis

At number 12 on the list, the northern bald ibis almost went extinct before heavily-managed conservation efforts have brought it back from the brink. Today a few hundred animals survive. Photo by: Heather Burgess.

Greater Adjutant, Leptoptilos dubius. It's range is the Indian Subcontinent and South Asia. The global population is estimated at 800 to 1,200 mature individuals. Despite conservation actions, this number is still thought to be declining and the Greater Adjutant is sliding towards extinction.

Greater Adjutant, Leptoptilos dubius. It's range is the Indian Subcontinent and South Asia. The global population is estimated at 800 to 1,200 mature individuals. Despite conservation actions, this number is still thought to be declining and the Greater Adjutant is sliding towards extinction.

4 - Kinabalu Slangenarend (Spilornis Kinabaluensis) (1)

Kinabalu Serpent-eagle (Spilornis kinabaluensis) A bird in flight, seen from below.

Sumatran ground-cuckoo

Sumatran ground-cuckoo

Scaled Antpitta (Grallaria guatimalensis).jpg

Scaled Antpitta (Grallaria guatimalensis).jpg

Netta rufina, pato colorado A finales de mayo la hembra protege a sus crías.

Netta rufina, pato colorado A finales de mayo la hembra protege a sus crías.

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