The ivory-billed woodpecker was declared extinct in 1997 but there have been reports of a sighting in 1997. It is likely the bird is extinct, but if for some reason it was still alive though undiscovered, it would be incredibly rare. There are around 300 Whooping Cranes left in the world, some of which are in captivity. Their breeding grounds are in the Northwest of Canada though they head to Texas for the winter. It is most likely that the Puerto Rican parrots are the most endangered bird species, with less than 100 alive and more than half in captivity in a bird sanctuary in Puerto Rico.
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