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The Eskimo Curlew (Numenius borealis) is possibly extinct. The last sighting was in 2006, but there have been no reliable sightings from its wintering grounds, in South America, since 1939. The Eskimo Curlew was once one of the most abundant shorebirds in the world, but was driven to the edge of extinction by extreme overhunting. The bird breeds in Northern Canada and winters in South America.  (Wikimedia Commons)

The Eskimo Curlew (Numenius borealis) is possibly extinct. The last sighting was in 2006, but there have been no reliable sightings from its wintering grounds, in South America, since 1939. The Eskimo Curlew was once one of the most abundant shorebirds in the world, but was driven to the edge of extinction by extreme overhunting. The bird breeds in Northern Canada and winters in South America. (Wikimedia Commons)

American Redstart, a smallish warbler. Breeds in North America, across Canada & the eastern US

American Redstart, a smallish warbler. Breeds in North America, across Canada & the eastern US

Thick-Billed Ground Dove Extinct in 1927

Here's Every Single Animal That Became Extinct In The Last 100 Years

Extinct bird species: Laughing Owl. The Laughing Owl was popularly known for its crazy maniacal calls that echoed through the forests particularly on dark rainy nights.

15 Extinct Bird Species & Possible Reasons for Their Extinction

Extinct bird species: Laughing Owl. The Laughing Owl was popularly known for its crazy maniacal calls that echoed through the forests particularly on dark rainy nights.

Dodos and spotted green pigeons are descendants of an island hopping bird -- ScienceDaily

Dodos and spotted green pigeons are descendants of an island hopping bird

Dodos and spotted green pigeons are descendants of an island hopping bird -- ScienceDaily

EXTINCT- Illustration of Black-fronted Parakeet © By Marc Athanase Parfait Œillet Des Murs (1804-1878)

EXTINCT- Illustration of Black-fronted Parakeet © By Marc Athanase Parfait Œillet Des Murs (1804-1878)

The guadalupe caracara was a bird of prey that lived somewhere in Mexico. It would hunt goats and as a result, angry farmers began hunting them. This sort of hunting was one of the factors that led to this bird becoming extinct.

Top 10 Awesome Animals Humans Let Go Extinct

The guadalupe caracara was a bird of prey that lived somewhere in Mexico. It would hunt goats and as a result, angry farmers began hunting them. This sort of hunting was one of the factors that led to this bird becoming extinct.

Mountain Plover..actually lives on flat land and unlike many Plovers, does not hang out near water.

Mountain Plover..actually lives on flat land and unlike many Plovers, does not hang out near water.

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