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

Cui-ui

Status: ENDANGERED Population Size: 1,000,000 adults (last record in 1992) ↑INCREASING↑ Brief Description Swimming in a lake on the United States’ West Coast, the endangered sucker fish known as Cui-ui, Chasmistes cujus, is gradually increasing in population size. The Cui-ui, preferring wetlands, inhabits primarily the Pyramid Lake in Nevada and spawns, or lays their eggs, in… Read More Cui-ui