Socorro mockingbird (Mimus graysoni)
Where Listed: WHEREVER FOUND
The Socorro mockingbird is a member of the Mimidae family, and endemic to Socorro Island, Mexico. This species is also referred to as Socorro thrasher, especially in older literature (e.g., Brattstrom & Howell 1956). Adults stand about 10 in (25 cm) tall and are mostly brown, with whitish underparts, darker wings (except for two narrow bands of white), a dark tail, reddish iris, and dark gape (the soft tissue at the corner of the mouth) (BLI 2007f; Martı´nez-Go´mez & Curry 1998). Male and female Socorro mockingbirds have similar plumage, but males are larger than females. A juvenile (first-year bird) can be distinguished from an adult by its plumage, spotted breast, grayish iris, and yellowish gape (Martı´nez-Go´mez & Curry 1998).
|Status||Date Listed||Lead Region||Where Listed|
» Federal Register Documents
|01/16/2008||73 FR 3146 3179||Final Rule To List Six Foreign Birds as Endangered; Final Rule|
|11/22/2006||71 FR 67530 67540||Proposed Rule To List Six Foreign Birds as Endangered|
|12/16/1991||56 FR 65207 65208||ETWP; Finding on Petition and Initiation of Status Review of 53 Foreign Birds; 56 FR 65207 65208|
No recovery information is available for the Socorro mockingbird.
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