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May 01, 2006


Paul Tomblin

That little snippet of video doesn't convince me. It could very easily be a Pileated.


Personal confession time -- I've never been very good at identifying birds. I probably wouldn't be able to spot an ivory-bill if it paraded around right in front of me. I do know some ornithologists who think the Cornell team has good evidence to support their claim. I also know that there are other ornithologists who don't think anything's been proved yet. But the LofO is heading back into the field. We'll see what they come back with!

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