"This year’s IUCN Red List update delivers a chilling warning about the plight faced by some of the world’s most popular cagebirds, with many much-loved species now being trapped and traded into near-extinction in the wild."
and some good news:
"The 2016 Red List also delivered some encouraging news from far-flung islands all across the globe.
Birds confined to just a single island or archipelago are some of the
most at-risk species in the world, not only because their range is so
small, but because they are often ill-equipped to face the threats of
predators such as cats and rats when they are introduced to the island.
For this reason, a big percentage of existing avian extinctions are
island endemics.However, a deluge of downlistings in this year’s Red List shows that
conservation work can help struggling island populations to rebound."