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What does CONI stand for?

CONI stands for Common Nighthawk (bird species Chordeiles minor)


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But even less-threatened species, like the American oystercatcher -- a black and white bird with a long red bill -- the common nighthawk, and the northern pintail -- an ubiquitous type of duck, are likely to become "of conservation concern" because of climate change.
But even less-threatened species, like the American oystercatcher -- a black and white bird with a long red bill -- the common nighthawk, and the northern pintail -- an ubiquitous type of duck, are likely to become "of conservation concern" because of climate change.
So take a listen to an ivory-billed woodpecker, common loon, marbled wood quail, satin bowerbird, red-ruffed fruitcrow, superb lyrebird, Australian magpie, common nighthawk, common raven, or canyon wren.
But even less-threatened species, like the American oystercatcher -- a black and white bird with a long red bill -- the common nighthawk, and the northern pintail -- an ubiquitous type of duck, are likely to become "of conservation concern" because of climate change.
Extra toes were reported for Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos; Napier 1963), Common (currently Wilson's) Snipe (Capella gallinago [currently Gallinago delicata]; Fogarty 1969), Sooty Tern (Sterna fuscata; Austin 1969), Long-billed Curlew (Numenius americanus; Forsythe 1972), Ring-billed Gull (Larus delawarensis; Ryder and Chamberlain 1972), Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor; Chandler 1992), Common Loon (Gavia immer; R.