Things don’t look good for these critically endangered birds, but a captive-breeding program could help save them
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Captive breeading and release program does not help save the federally endangered Key Largo woodrat, a new study shows.
A Central Florida bird has begun to plunge so swiftly toward extinction in the wild that biologists are considering the risky option of capturing the last of the species, including fewer than two dozen females.
The mission of the Keauhou Bird Conservation Center in Volcano, Hawaii, is to conserve the most critically endangered Hawaiian birds through captive breeding and reintroduction into the wild.