Yes, the red-cockaded woodpecker is an endangered species. Its numbers have been increasing as much as 30% since 1994 and there are more than 6,000 red-cockaded woodpeckers known to be living currently.
The ivory billed woodpecker is on the critically endangered list and possibly extinct according to the international union for conservation of nature. Their numbers have dwindled to the point where it is uncertain whether any remain. There was a reporting of one male ivory-billed woodpecker in Arkansas in 2004 but none since after that.
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