The world’s oldest living species, the canary island spain, is an endangered species that’s not native to the island.
And there are still a lot of them in South America, and they’ve been disappearing for years, according to a new report from conservation groups.
In the report, released Wednesday, the Conservation International and the World Wildlife Fund called on governments and businesses to take measures to conserve the islands, which have existed in Spain for nearly 100 years.
They report that the number of species in Spain’s Canary Islands is dwindling at a rate of more than 1,000 per day, and that the remaining canaries have been on the decline for decades.
In fact, the Canary Islands have not had a single recorded sighting of a canary since at least the 1950s.
That is, until recently.
Now, there are about 100 canary colonies in Spain.
And in the last two years, they’ve become the world’s newest species, according the report.
“Canary Island spain has a large and diverse population,” said Andrea Hernández-González, the lead researcher on the report and a professor of anthropology at the University of Valencia.
“It is the only living species of Canary Islands and it is still a very, very large area, because there are only about 100 square kilometers in the Canary islands.”
It’s important to remember, Hernaczes-Gólez said, that the Canary Island population is in decline because of overfishing, deforestation and a lack of conservation.
The islanders, she said, are getting more and more stressed as the species disappears, which is a problem, because the animals are vulnerable.
Canary Islands spain is a small, remote and isolated group of islands in Spain, which means that its population is limited to about a few dozen individuals.
The Canary Islands’ population is thought to be between 1,200 and 1,300.
The canary is native to Canary Islands, which are located off the coast of southern Spain.
Canaries are a type of sparrow, which nest in trees or bushes on islands and in the ground.
The nests they build are usually on the top of a tree or on the ground, and then they build the nest over the summer and burrow down the next winter.
The nests can be as small as two to five centimeters long and the birds spend the winter in their nests.
The eggs hatch in the spring, and the babies go to the forest for the summer.
In Spain, the average age of a baby canary in the wild is around two weeks old, but the Canary islanders average age is four months.
In order to maintain the population, the islanders depend on tourism, and Hernakas-Golqué says that tourism contributes about $7 million to the local economy every year.
Hernaczas-Sanchez, who co-authored the report with Daniela Barral-Villa, said the Canary Islanders need to be able to see the species they depend on, and to be aware of its habitat, which includes the sea and beaches.
She said that it is important for people to keep an eye out for the birds, and take care of them.
“If they are in the right places, the habitat can be protected,” she said.
“In the Canary Isles, they are doing a really good job, but they need to do a lot more.”
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