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Why Are Birds Endangered?

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Birds are endangered because their habitats are being destroyed by humans.
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Because some are being hunted and they are destroying their habitats . AND IT IS NOt RIGHT! Because some are being hunters.
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1. Go to the South Carolina DNR website. On the left side of the page, click on "Conservation. You will be directed to the "Conservation" page. Under the title, "
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The ivory-billed woodpecker and the California condor top the list of America's 10
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Habitat loss. They may migrate but they NEST also. So, you have the loss of appropriate habitat for shelter and food from building and water drainoff. You also have species introduction
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