The discovery of the lone kiwikiu is "an amazing sign of hope for the species," said Dr. Hanna Mounce.
Wyatt Noe and Colten Ferdinand killed the bird of prey on April 10 in a conservation area, federal prosecutors say.
"I walked into work and now I have this irrational fear that I'm going to get hit by a fish," said Samantha Jefferson, Neenah, Wisconsin, city hall office manager.
"[The seagull] ACTUALLY GOT INSIDE HIS MOUTH," one horrified viewer proclaimed in surprise.
The librarians only realized there were a group of birds in trouble after finding one of the ducklings tapping its beak on the front door's window.
"It is crazy how big a food item they can eat—usually four or five times bigger than their head," said snake-catcher Stuart McKenzie.
Supporters of the group, which is widely considered to be a joke, were waving signs with slogans such as "wake up sheeple."
"There was blood all down his face. He was crying, I was crying, his sister was crying," said the boy's mother, Becky Gittoes.
Sick and dying birds with eye swelling and "crusty discharge" have been documented in several states, including Kentucky, where the latest warning was issued.
Today, the bird, a bearded vulture by the name of Mia, "can once again land and walk using both feet," one of her surgeons, Oskar Aszmann, said in a statement.
A clip of a man sharing his meal with a bird is warming hearts online, with Instagram users describing him as a "real hero" and "man of integrity."
A group of international researchers have named two new species of warblers with the help of previously-discovered specimens held in museums.
A runaway emu named "Dora the Explorer" was captured at Prince George airport shortly before escaping yet again. The bird's whereabouts are unknown.
"Seeing the dead bodies and picking them up was just truly heartbreaking," said Kelly Lacey, a bird coordinator who had been caring for the flock.
An extinct dwarf emu egg was discovered on King Island. It is the first and most complete fossil of its kind.
A brave man determined to save an injured bird braved shark-infested waters in a viral rescue operation.
"For sure one of the crazier things I've come across while out hunting," the man who made the discovery said.
Rob Adamson, known as "the swan man," said the bird had never seen its eggs hatch in the past because they were destroyed by foxes and flooding.
Frank Howard and his fiancé reportedly confronted the man, who falsely claimed he was a park employee tasked with 'protecting' the baby swans.
The footage was captured on a network video recorder (NVR) with the camera recording 20 frames per second.
The unwelcome guests reportedly entered the home via the chimney and soon overtook every inch of this family's Torrance house.
The dramatic video shows a swarm of birds perching on the roofs and lawns of a suburban street in Australia.
The flightless bird is the second-largest in the world, can run at speeds of 30mph and grows to more than five feet tall.
The Indian Mynah bird mimics human sounds including whistling and screeching, and can have a vocabulary of around 100 words.
Catherine Harris says she found Hiccup, then an egg, abandoned in a local park and decided to take him in.
Alaskan natives are facing an unforeseen threat to their grocery hauls - hungry ravens that aren't above stealing to satiate their appetites
Following the publication of a story surrounding the viral "Birds Aren't Real" movement, the organization has clapped back, swearing it is not a comedy project.
A "theory" that all birds are actually surveillance drones is getting attention online, but it very much seems to be a comedy project meant to parody conspiracy theories. The person fronting the movement won't admit it's a gag, though.
Salmonella linked to bird feeders is to blame for recent deaths affecting certain species of North American finches.