|Subject:||Re: woodpecker reading|
|From:||Laurie Living <>|
|Date:||Thu, 16 Jul 1998 18:06:19 +1000|
A late note on the 'woodpecker' theme of a week or two ago.
Recently I uncovered a gem in a discount bookshop. A paperback called
The book compares the apparent and imminent extinction of the red-cockaded with the recent extinction of the ivory-billed woodpecker, and most of the other woodpeckers of the USA are referred to at length.
Both current and historical [ as far back as 1890s when nearly a thousand
The book ends with a srtong call for conservation of the species. Great reading.
My copy cost $5 and if any woodpecker addicts out there are interested I could lokk out for other copies.
Cheers Laurie living
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