The only parrot once common in the US may have gone extinct more recently than thought. According to an analysis of records, the western subspecies of the Carolina parakeet may have clung on until the 1940s, three decades later than previous estimates.
This bright green bird with a red and yellow head was once found in much of the US, with its range stretching from the east coast to Nebraska in the Midwest, and as far south as Florida. “The stacks of grain put up in …
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