Endangered Animal Species: Ivory-billed Woodpeckers

Thousands of endangered species around the world are on the brink of extinction. And human beings are biodiversity’s greatest enemy: we’re responsible for the endangered status of 99% of at-risk species.

A handful of conservationists have been hard at work changing the story for a number of endangered populations. But in the U.S., hundreds of species are still fighting a losing battle for survival.

NetCredit created a series of posters celebrating the wildlife that each State could lose forever. The image above is the ivory-billed woodpecker of Arkansas. Ivory-billed Woodpeckers, unique to Arkansas, used extensive stands of large trees and often foraged in areas where many trees had been recently killed by flooding, fire, and other disturbances.

See the full collection of images at NetCredit here. 

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  2. Today, birds are dying in masses, because of environmental factors. Global warming being the foremost is accompanied by other factors like cellular towers, crash with airplanes, etc. The loss of their natural habitats, affects their migration and reproduction patterns. Consequently, this has caused a decline in their number, driving them to extinction. There are various actions that could be taken. People need to educate their children and themselves about how to save birds from extinction.

  3. The human being is proud of “conquering nature,” by tools that vary from the bulldozer to insecticides. But this victory may end in destruction and the worst part is that it has already started in the form of the global pandemic, climate change, food scarcity, and frequent natural disasters.
    We poison, the water, the air, the soil, and the whole of the ecosystem we live in.
    We should start taking corrective measures to survive otherwise our IUCN status will also change to Extinct.

  4. Human beings are not only biodiversity’s greatest enemy but also equally responsible for the misery that is happening around the world. If I take Amazon Fire, Bush fire, and now coronavirus, for all these things we are responsible. It’s because of us our surrounding is no longer safe. We have to think about it. We have to take these issues very seriously otherwise we have to face his consequences. Nature has given us so many things and it’s our duty to take care of it.

  5. Human beings are not only biodiversity’s greatest enemy but also equally responsible for the misery that is happening around the world. If I take Amazon Fire, Bush fire, and now coronavirus, for all these things we are responsible. It’s because of us our surrounding is no longer safe. We have to think about it. We have to take these issues very seriously otherwise we have to face his consequences. Nature has given us so many things and it’s our duty to take care of it.

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