BirdLife: The Magazine Jan-Mar 2018 - Page 35

+ l EXTINCT  l EXTINCT IN THE WILD Bird species doing better (downlisted to a lower threat category) THRE A TENE D l l ENDANGERED l V  UlNERABLE l Near threatened l least concern l data deficient Critically endangered not recognised - Good news from the Galápagos The Floreana Mockingbird Mimus trifasciatus, now found only on two tiny islets, has recovered since 2007, when fewer than 50 adults remained. Following a series of successful breeding seasons, the population has risen to more than 750 individuals, justifying its downlisting from Critically Endangered to Endangered. Rat control a relief for wren Cobb’s Wren Troglodytes cobbi has been downlisted to Least Concern, thanks to the control of invasive rats on nearby islands. Residing on the remaining predator-free islands of the Falklands (Malvinas), it was formerly listed as Vulnerable due to the probability of rat invasion – but this threat is now far less likely. forest Owlet habitat found Confined to a few forest locations encroached upon by logging, the Forest Owlet Heteroglaux blewitti of central India moves from Critically Endangered to Endangered, following the discovery of populations in several completely new locations, including the first records in Gujarat. Jan-Mar 2018 • birdlife COMMON NAME Southern Cassowary Northern Cassowary Northern Brown Kiwi Okarito Kiwi Nahan's Partridge Andaman Cuckoo-dove Bahian Nighthawk Colorful Puffleg Verreaux's Coua Moluccan Cuckoo Andaman Crake New Guinea Flightless Rail Black-browed Albatross Dalmatian Pelican African Oystercatcher Andaman Boobook Guadalcanal Boobook Forest Owlet Andaman Scops-owl Anjouan Scops-owl Grand Comoro Scops-owl Moheli Scops-owl White-collared Kite Eared Quetzal San Cristobal Dwarf-kingfisher Arabian Woodpecker Red-browed Amazon Red-tailed Amazon Grey-breasted Parakeet Ouvea Parakeet Red-fronted Parakeet Coxen's Fig-parrot Ancient Antwren Blackish-headed Spinetail Red-shouldered Spinetail White-winged Cotinga Kaempfer's Tody-tyrant Maracaibo Tody-flycatcher McGregor's Cuckooshrike Gabon Batis Uluguru Bush-shrike Andaman Drongo Standardwing Bird-of-paradise Black Sicklebill Melodious Lark Aberdare Cisticola Cape Verde Swamp-warbler Andaman Bulbul Yemen Warbler Pale-throated Wren-babbler White-throated Mountain-babbler Cobb's Wren White-eyed Starling Floreana Mockingbird Yemen Thrush Andaman Shama Nilgiri Flycatcher Black-and-orange Flycatcher Whiskered Flowerpecker Ursula's Sunbird Anambra Waxbill Kipengere Seedeater Socotra Bunting Belding's Yellowthroat Grey-winged Inca-finch Cone-billed Tanager Taxonomic changes Brown-necked Parrot Cape Parrot Guanacaste Hummingbird Indigo-capped Hummingbird Liberian Greenbul SCIENTIFIC NAME 2016 Red List Status 2017 Red List Status Casuarius casuarius Casuarius unappendiculatus Apteryx mantelli Apteryx rowi Ptilopachus nahani Macropygia rufipennis Nyctiprogne vielliardi Eriocnemis mirabilis Coua verreauxi Cacomantis aeruginosus Rallina canningi Megacrex inepta Thalassarche melanophris Pelecanus crispus Haematopus moquini Ninox affinis Ninox granti Heteroglaux blewitti Otus balli Otus capnodes Otus pauliani Otus moheliensis Leptodon forbesi Euptilotis neoxenus Ceyx gentianus Dendropicos dorae Amazona rhodocorytha Amazona brasiliensis Pyrrhura griseipectus Eunymphicus uvaeensis Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae Cyclopsitta coxeni Herpsilochmus gentryi Synallaxis tithys Synallaxis hellmayri Xipholena atropurpurea Hemitriccus kaempferi Todirostrum viridanum Malindangia mcgregori Batis minima Malaconotus alius Dicrurus andamanensis Semioptera wallacii Epimachus fastosus Mirafra cheniana Cisticola aberdare Acrocephalus brevipennis Brachypodius fuscoflavescens Sylvia buryi Spelaeornis kinneari Kupeornis gilberti Troglodytes cobbi Aplonis brunneicapillus Mimus trifasciatus Turdus menachensis Kittacincla albiventris Eumyias albicaudatus Ficedula nigrorufa Dicaeum proprium 6&2W'7VPW7G&FƖ&V7&Fw&V6&V&W&66G&vVFǗ2&VFv67'F6F&W2W6WV66WW2gW666Ɨ0А6WW2&'W7GW0АƖf&АƖ7g&0А7G&WW2WV6W0Т6R7V6W2&RFFFVf6VB&SWrwVV.( 2f&W7B&&Ɩ7V&0&VV76W76VB2V7B66W&&V6VB&W6V&6FRfVF2fVBBF&R6FV6BFR'6V6RbWF&VG2B2FVvBFfR7F&RVF3P