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Guam rail - Wikipedia

The Guam rail (Gallirallus owstoni) is a species of flightless bird, endemic to the United States ... Ceremonial statue of a Guam rail (Ko'ko), presented as a gift by the Government of Guam. Zoologist Bob Beck, a Guam Department of Agriculture ...


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Attempts to save Guam's beloved ko'ko' birds have come a long way, but still requires work.


Guam's native ko'ko' bird population closely monitored

CHuguangguang, the Guam flycatcher, was last seen in 1985 and is now believed to be extinct. Ko'ko' the Guam rail, a flightless bird, extinct in the wild, has ...


Native Forest Birds of Guam - Guampedia

Luckily in 1987, with the Guam Rail reeling, 21 birds were clutched ... Guam Rail, ko'ko', filmed in the "wild" on Rota Island after reintroduction ...


Is this Guam bird coming back from extinction in the wild ...

The Guam rail, like other island rails, is virtually flightless; but it has ... Its medium-length legs are strong, and the long toes help the bird to walk over grasses and soft marsh mud. Its narrow ... In their native Guam, Guam rails are called ko'ko'


Guam rail | Smithsonian's National Zoo

The calls of the Micronesian Kingfisher are regularly heard at dawn, though the birds occasionally call at night. Calls were once voiced with ...