• Wood thrush

    The wood thrush, once a common forest bird in eastern North America, is in steep decline due to loss of its winter habitat in Mexico. (Photo: Jane Kirkpatrick/Can Geo Photo Club)

One third of North America’s native bird species are in decline, according to a report released by the North American Bird Conservation Initiative on May 18.

The State of North America’s Birds Report 2016 compiled data on all species native to Canada, the United States and Mexico and calls for greater conservation efforts to protect the hundreds of species at a moderate to high risk of extinction. Here are some of the report’s key figures:

Key figures from the 2016 State of North America's Birds Report. Click to enlarge. (Infographic: Jenny Chew/Michela Rosano)