Guam kingfisher

Guam kingfisher

Todiramphus cinnamominus

Population: about 146

Status: Extinct in the Wild

The Guam kingfisher is a species of kingfisher from the U.S. territory. The wild population was killed off by the non-native brown tree snake. It exists only in captivity. The male pictured here is at the Bronx Zoo.

Photo: Eric Savage/Wikipedia

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