Up-listed to Endangered
Black Rosy-Finch. This songbird of western alpine areas numbers around 15,000 birds and is suspected to have declined by 95 percent since 1970.
Brown-capped Rosy-Finch. This bird has also lost about 95 percent of its population since 1970 and is believed to number around 67,500 individuals.
Hawaiian Petrel. Primary threats to this seabird are feral cats, mongooses, and rats, which feed on chicks. The petrel nests at only five locations in the main Hawaiian islands, two of which are in jeopardy. Its population is estimated at 7,500-16,600 mature individuals.