GOLDEN CREEK, Ind.
— The golden dragons are on the rise, but they’re not as plentiful as they used to be.
The new Golden Dragons, a rare, endangered species of dragon that has been in the wild for more than 100 years, are the latest to show up on a North American gold rush.
The birds, native to Asia, arrived in the United States in the early 1900s.
The birds are not as abundant as they once were, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing, according to Mark P. Kloosterman, a biologist at the University of Arizona and an expert on the endangered species.
He said he thinks there will be a “significant surge” in golden dragons over the next few decades as more people try to collect them.
“It’s not something that we can be too proud of,” Klootherman said.
“I think we’re going to see a resurgence.”
The golden dragon was first introduced in the 1970s and was then reclassified as a threatened species.
It has been listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act since 2002.
The golden duke was the first recorded gold dragon in the continental United States.
It was named after an Indiana native who bought it for his family farm, and he named the bird after the gold-diamond constellation in the constellation of Pegasus.
Kloothamares the golden dukedom’s newest member, the golden dragon.
It is a new species that is only found in North America.
It also is the first species to have been described from a wild population, according the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
It is also the second species to be described from the wild in the Midwest, according a statement from the National Wildlife Federation.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says the golden dragons can be found in states including Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
The most common bird in the U.P. is the blackbird, which is the smallest and is not related to the golden eagle.
The blackbird is the only species of bird that is also native to North America, the agency said.
The gold dragon is a native of China, but the birds’ range extends into Europe and Africa.
Klimstian said there are also reports of golden dragons found in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Klimstians golden dukes are “extremely rare,” he said.
“There are only about 500 in the world.”
P.K. Hesterman, a co-founder of the North American Wildlife Federation, said the golden ducks have been “the most common of the golden-winged birds.”
The golden duchy is home to more than 1,000 golden dakas, which range in size from about 3-feet to about 8-feet in wingspan.
The American golden duchess was named for the queen who took her name.
Klinestra’s golden duck also is a unique bird.
The dukes, which are native to Europe, are found in England, the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland.
They are a popular pet, but there are many questions about their health and whether they are worth the risk to humans.
Hesterman said golden daughes have a high risk of predation.
“The population is a very small population.
The risk of a disease is very high.
The ducks have the highest mortality rate of any bird species in the country,” he told ABC News.
Hesters said a lot of research has been done on the birds, and the numbers in the field are very high, but “they don’t have any clear answers.”
“What we’re seeing is that the population has gone from about 1,300 in the 1800s to about 300 today,” he added.
“It’s still a really small population, and they are still evolving.”
The birds were once rare, but Klimsted said it is possible the population could go back to the numbers it had before the disease was introduced.
“We don’t know for sure that the disease is the reason that the numbers are gone, but I think there are factors that can explain the decrease,” he explained.
Hett says that while there are fewer golden dragons in the USA, they are a big deal to the American wildlife community.
“These are the birds that are going to go extinct in the next 100 years,” he noted.