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Guam Rail back after 40 years of extinction in the wild

December 22, 2019

Guam Rail – a fine-looking bird (CNN photo)

From the CNN article:

Almost four decades after completely disappearing from the wild, a bird that had survived only in captivity now roams freely on two tropical islands.The Guam rail’s native home is a remote, 212-square-mile island in the Pacific Ocean, half way between Australia and Japan.

Read the entire article, with photos, maps and links to reports on other Guam birds and other endangered species.
[Chuck Almdale]

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