|†?Eskimo Curlew Numenius borealis
|Photographer :|| © Daderot |
|Location :||Specimen in Harvard Museum of Natural History / Peabody Museum, USA|
25 November 2012|
|English synonyms:||Northern Curlew, Eskimo Whimbrel, Doe-Bird, Dough-Bird, Fute, Little Curlew, Prairie Pigeon|
|Bird Family :||Tringinae - Godwits, Curlews, Shanks, Sandpipers, Tattlers, Turnstones, Dowitchers, Knots, Stints, Dunlin, Ruff & Phalaropes |
|Bird Group :||CICONIIFORMES |
|Red Data Status :||Critically Endangered|
|Remarks :||"Numenius borealis (Harvard University)" by Daderot - Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons by User:FunkMonk using CommonsHelper. Own work
This photograph is from the Harvard Museum of Natural History / Peabody Museum. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.
This image was resized but not altered in any other way.
With grateful thanks to Daderot, Harvard Museum of Natural History / Peabody Museum and Wikimedia Commons.
|Taxonomic Notes :||There have been no confirmed records of this species since 1981, and it may well be extinct.|
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