Endangered Birds of North America**
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Common Name Range ***
Altamira Yellowthroat Mexico
Amsterdam Albatross United States/US Territory
Ashy Storm-petrel California, Mexico
Atlantic Petrel United States/US Territory
Bachman's Sparrow United States
Bachman's Wood Warbler Canada, Southeastern USA
Bahama Swallow Florida
Balearic Shearwater North America (United States)
Bearded Screech-owl Mexico
Bell's Vireo California, Mexico
Belted Flycatcher Mexico
Bendire's Thrasher Arizona, California, Canada, Mexico, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah
Bicknell's Thrush Canada, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia
Black Catbird Mexico
Black Rail North America (including United States)
Black Solitary Eagle Mexico
Black-capped Petrel North America (United States Territory)
Black-capped Vireo Kansas, Louisiana, Mexico, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas
Black-footed Albatross Canada, United States and Minor Outlying Islands (including Hawaii)
Black-tailed Godwit North America (including United States Territory)
Black-vented Shearwater Mexico, United States (California)
Blue-capped Hummingbird Mexico
Bristle-thighed Curlew North America (Hawaii/US Territory)
Brown Pelican USA (Carolinas to Texas, California, Oregon, Washington)
Buff-breasted Sandpiper North America (including United States Territory)
Buller's Shearwater North America (including United States)
California Condor California
Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow Florida
Cassin's Finch Canada, Mexico, United States
Cerulean Warbler Canada, Mexico, United States
Chestnut-collared Longspur North America (including United States)
Clapper Rail Arizona, California
Colima Warbler Mexico, Texas
Collared Petrel North America
Cook's Petrel Mexico, United States and Minor Outlying Islands
Dwarf Jay Mexico
Eared Quetzal Arizona, Mexico, New Mexico
Elegant Tern Mexico, United States, United States Minor Outlying Islands
Elfin-woods Warbler Puerto Rico
Emperor Goose Alaska, Canada
Eskimo Curlew Alaska and Northern Canada to Argentina
Eurasian Curlew North America (United States Territory)
Everglade Snail Kite Florida
Fea's Petrel United States
Florida Grasshopper Sparrow Florida
Florida Scrub-jay Florida
Galapagos Petrel Mexico
Golden-cheeked Wood Warbler Mexico, Texas
Golden-winged Warbler North America (including United States)
Great Curassow Mexico
Greater Prairie-chicken Canada, United States
Greater Sage-grouse Canada, United States
Greenland White-tailed Eagle Greenland and adjacent Atlantic islands
Gunnison Sage Grouse Colorado, Utah
Harpy Eagle Mexico south to Argentina
Hawaiian Petrel United States and Minor Outlying Islands
Henslow's Sparrow Canada, United States
Hispaniolan Amazon Puerto Rico
Horned Guan Mexico
Imperial Woodpecker Mexico
Ivory Gull North America (including United States)
Ivory-billed Woodpecker USA (southcentral and southeastern)
Juan Fernandez Petrel Mexico, United States
Kirtland's Wood Warbler Canada, Michigan, South Carolina, Wisconsin
Kittlitz's Murrelet Canada, United States
Laysan Albatross Alaska, California, Canada, Marshall Islands, Mexico, Oregon, Washington
Least Tern Mexico, USA (California, including the Miss. R. Basin), Atlantic Gulf Coasts
Lesser White-fronted Goose North America (United States Territory)
Lilac-crowned Amazon Mexico
Marbled Murrelet Canada, Mexico, United States
Mottled Petrel North America
Mountain Plover Canada, Mexico, United States
Newell's Shearwater United States Minor Outlying Islands (Hawaii)
Northern Aplomado Falcon Arizona, Mexico, New Mexico, Texas
Northern Bobwhite Arizona, Mexico (Sonora)
Ocellated Turkey Mexico
Olive-sided Flycatcher North America (including United States)
Painted Bunting North America (including United States)
Pink-footed Shearwater Canada, Mexico, United States
Pinyon Jay United States
Piping Plover Canada, USA - Great Lakes Watershed
Plain Pigeon Puerto Rico
Providence Petrel North America (United States Territory)
Puerto Rican Broad-winged Hawk Puerto Rico
Puerto Rican Nightjar Puerto Rico
Puerto Rican Parrot Puerto Rico
Puerto Rican Sharp-shinned Hawk Puerto Rico
Pycroft's Petrel United States and Minor Outlying Islands
Red-cockaded Woodpecker USA (southcentral and southeastern)
Red-crowned Parrot Mexico, Puerto Rico, US (TX, FL, CA)
Red-headed Woodpecker Canada, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, United States
Resplendent Quetzal Mexico to Panama
Roseate Tern Northeastern USA
Rusty Blackbird Saint Pierre and Miquelon, United States
Sandhill Crane Mississippi
Short-tailed Albatross North America (including United States Territory)
Sooty Shearwater North America (United States Territory)
Spoon-billed Sandpiper Canada, United States (Alaska)
Spotted Owl Arizona, California, Canada, Mexico, New Mexico, Texas
Sprague's Pipit Canada, Mexico, United States
Stejneger's Petrel Marshall Islands, United States, United States Minor Outlying Islands
Steller's Eider North America (United States Territory)
Thick-billed Parrot Arizona, Mexico, New Mexico
Trindade Petrel Puerto Rico
Tuxtla Quail-dove Mexico
West Indian Whistling-duck Puerto Rico
White-crowned Pigeon North America (including United States)
White-necked Crow Puerto Rico
White-necked Petrel North America (including United States)
White-tailed Hummingbird Mexico
White-throated Jay Mexico
Whooping Crane Canada, Mexico, USA (Rocky Mountains east to Carolinas)
Wood Stork Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina
Xantus's Murrelet California, Canada, Mexico, Washington
Yellow-shouldered Blackbird Puerto Rico

**What birds are listed here?:

The North America section of this site lists the folllowing birds appearing on select endangered species lists:
  • Birds that dwell in or migrate to any part of the North American continent, except Hawaii, which has its own section.
  • Birds of Greenland and adjacent Atlantic islands.
  • Birds of the Mexican Holarctic.
  • Birds of the Gulf of Maine.

This list combines species from several endangered species lists. Using the total count of species found on this site as an official count of endangered species of the world is not recommended. For more information on what creatures are listed on this site, please visit our About EEC page.

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