Cuban ivory-billed woodpecker

Cuban ivory-billed woodpecker

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Campephilus principalis bairdii

The Cuban ivory-billed woodpecker is a subspecies of the ivory-billed woodpecker native to Cuba. Originally classified as a separate species, recent research has indicated that C. p. bairdii may, in fact, be sufficiently distinct from the nominate subspecies to once again be regarded as a species in its own right. There have been no confirmed sightings of the bird since 1987; it is generally believed to be extinct, although the survival of some individuals is considered a remote possibility.

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References

1. Cuban ivory-billed woodpecker Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuban_ivory-billed_woodpecker

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