The Jamaican Iguana

  Status: //CRITICALLY ENDANGERED// Population Estimate: Less than 200 Individuals Brief Description In between the irregular and precipitous limestone rock of the Hellshire Hills lies the last known wild population of the Jamaican Iguana, or Cyclura collei. The Hellshire Hills remain one of the wildest areas in the nation due to uneven terrain and the absence of… Read More The Jamaican Iguana

Spoon Billed Sandpiper

Status: //CRITICALLY ENDANGERED// Population Estimate: Less than 450 Individuals ↓DECREASING↓ Brief Description The spoon-billed Sandpiper, or Calidris pygmaea, is a small migratory bird found across a broad range of Asia, from Japan and the Jiangsu Coast of China to the Russian Far East. Although only in recent years conservation efforts been taken, the global population has been… Read More Spoon Billed Sandpiper

Siamese Crocodile

Status: //CRITICALLY ENDANGERED// Population Estimate: Less than 1,000 individuals ↓DECREASING↓ Brief Description ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀Meet one of the world’s rarest reptiles, the Siamese Crocodile or Crocodylus siamensis. Historically found in Southeastern Asia, the Siamese Crocodile was hunted to near extinction for it’s skin in the 20th century now found only within 1% of it’s former range. Additionally, loss… Read More Siamese Crocodile

The Philippine Eagle: The Largest Eagle in the World

Status: //CRITICALLY ENDANGERED// Population Estimate: 180 to 500 individuals ↓DECREASING↓ Brief Description        Recently declared the national bird of the Philippines, the Philippine Eagle is found exclusively on 4 islands in the Philippines. Despite this, Philippine Eagle populations have sharply decline over the last three generations being reduced to an estimated 750 individuals maximum.… Read More The Philippine Eagle: The Largest Eagle in the World