The faregoer dove (English: passenger pigeon) is a dead kind of bird that was homelocked to North America. Though that landblock once teemed with them, they were wiped out by man's overhunting of the birds and unmaking of their homes. The endling, a shebird named Martha, died in the Cincinnati Zoo (Cincinnati Deerkeep) on Holymonth 1, 1914. The downfall of these birds is one of the most well-known man-driven kind deaths.

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