Ivory-billed woodpecker - Big Woods Conservation Partnership - Ivory-bill bird

Ivory-billed woodpecker - Big Woods Conservation Partnership - Ivory-bill bird

Ivory-billed woodpecker - Big Woods Conservation Partnership - Ivory-bill bird

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Cache_scenic_01.jpg

Description: Cache River National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas.
Photo credit: Clark Jones/Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Cache_scenic_02.jpg

Description: Big Woods Conservation Partnership project volunteer, Jim Fitzpatrick with his dog, Drake, set off to search for ivory-billed woodpeckers in the Cache River National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. February 2005.
Photo credit: Mark Godfrey/The Nature Conservancy

Harrison_camouflage.jpg

Description: Wearing camouflage, Bobby Harrison, Oakwood College associate professor, searches for ivory-billed woodpeckers in the Cache River National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. March 2005.
Photo credit: Mark Godfrey/The Nature Conservancy

Harrison_decoys_01.jpg

Description: Oakwood College Associate Professor Bobby Harrison hangs a decoy that he carved of a female ivorybilled woodpecker (holding a grub in her beak) on a tree in the Cache River National Wildlife Refuge in Arkansas. The decoys are used as part of the Big Woods Conservation Partnership search effort. March 2005.
Photo credit: Mark Godfrey/The Nature Conservancy

Harrison_decoy_02.jpg

Description: Bobby Harrison, Oakwood College associate professor, holds mechanical models of pileated (left) and ivory-billed woodpeckers that the team used to help verify possible video recordings of the ivory-billed woodpecker in the Cache River National Wildlife Refuge in Arkansas. March 2005.
Photo credit: Mark Godfrey/The Nature Conservancy

IBW_colorized_Sutton.jpg

Description: Colorized digital image of ivory-billed woodpecker at nest. Credit: George M. Sutton/Cornell Lab of Ornithology

IBW_painting_Sutton.jpg

Description: Painting of ivory-billed woodpecker on tree. Credit: George M. Sutton/Cornell Lab of Ornithology

IBW_photo_Allen1935.jpg

Description: Ivory-billed woodpecker, Singer Tract, Lousiana, 1935.
Photo credit: Courtesy of David Allen

Lammertink_scenic.jpg

Description: Dutch scientist Martjan Lammertink searches for ivory-billed woodpeckers from a blind in the Cache River National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. March 2005.
Photo credit: Mark Godfrey/The Nature Conservancy

Luneau_canoe.jpg

Description: University of Arkansas professor David Luneau searches for ivory-billed woodpeckers from his canoe in the Cache River National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. March 2005.
Photo credit: Mark Godfrey/The Nature Conservancy

nest_hole_chart.jpg

Description: Gene Sparling, a kayaker who first saw the ivory-billed woodpecker, compares a hole found in a dead tree in the Cache River National Wildlife Refuge in Arkansas to a chart created by Dutch scientist Martjan Lammertink of holes created by pileated woodpeckers (left side of chart) and ivory-billed woodpeckers. March 2005.
Photo credit: Mark Godfrey/The Nature Conservancy

Simon_Barksdale_scenic.jpg

Description: Scott Simon (right), The Nature Conservancy's Arkansas State Director, and naturalist filmmaker Timothy R. Barksdale search for ivory-billed woodpeckers in the Cache River National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. August 2004.
Photo credit: Mark Godfrey/The Nature Conservancy

Sparling_kayak.jpg

Description: Gene Sparling, a kayaker who first saw the ivory-billed woodpecker, continues to search for the bird in the Cache River National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. August 2004.
Photo credit: Mark Godfrey/The Nature Conservancy

tree_bark.jpg

Description: A tree with bark and wood stripped from it is possible evidence of the presence of the ivory-billed woodpecker in the Cache River National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. February 2005.
Photo credit: Mark Godfrey/The Nature Conservancy

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