The last known passenger pigeon died on Sept. 1, 1914. Mark Robbins, ornithology collection manager for the University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute, recently held one of the passenger pigeon specimens in KU’s collection in Lawrence.
The last known passenger pigeon died on Sept. 1, 1914. Mark Robbins, ornithology collection manager for the University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute, recently held one of the passenger pigeon specimens in KU’s collection in Lawrence. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
The last known passenger pigeon died on Sept. 1, 1914. Mark Robbins, ornithology collection manager for the University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute, recently held one of the passenger pigeon specimens in KU’s collection in Lawrence. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

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