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New York City. Last updated: 2/20/2006

Above: Strawberry Fields in New York City, New York (2/18/2006)

Above: The extinct Passenger Pigeon, formerly the most abundant bird species in North America. This and the following photos taken at the Museum of Natural History, New York City.

Above and below: The extinct Labrador Duck, male and female respectively.

Below: Sparring Greater Prairie-Chickens. The Heath Hen, the subspecies formerly found in Maryland, is now extinct.

Below: A specimen of a Yellow Rail, a species that has not yet been photographed alive in Maryland. Will that change this year??

Featured Conservation Project: The Junín Grebe

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