The endangered 'i'iwi is one of the Hawaiian honeycreeper species. They evolved in the forests of Hawai'i and are found nowhere else in the world. This bird was banded and released back to the forest. Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge, HI March 2012 Photo: Noah Kahn/USFWS
Tasmanian Native Hen (also Tasmanian Native-hen or Tasmanian Nativehen) (Tribonyx mortierii) is a flightless rail and one of twelve species of birds endemic to the Australian island of Tasmania. Although many flightless birds have a history of extinction at the hands of humans, the Tasmanian Native Hen has actually benefited from the introduction of European-style agricultural practices in Tasmania.