The Haida language is a endangered language spoken by the Haida people, a First Nations people in Canada and the United States. The language is related to the Masset and Tlingit languages, and is written in a unique Haida script. The Haida people have a rich history and culture, and their language is an important part of that. The Haida language is not only a means of communication, but also a way to connect with their culture and heritage. The Haida language is in danger of becoming extinct, as there are only a few hundred speakers left. The majority of Haida people today speak English, and the number of Haida speakers is declining. The Haida language is an important part of the Haida culture, and it is important to preserve it. The Haida people are working to revive the language, and there are a number of resources available to help people learn the language.

Language locales, regions and scripts

Haida, Latin