PROTECTION STATUS: Not listed; candidate species
YEAR PLACED ON LIST: Candidate 2001
RANGE: West of the Continental Divide
THREATS: Loss, degradation, and fragmentation of riparian habitat due to widespread logging, grazing, water diversion and pumping, agribusiness, and urban sprawl
POPULATION TREND: The western subspecies of yellow-billed cuckoo has declined precipitously west of the Continental Divide and is now extinct in Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, and northernmost California.