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  • Of course the classic AUK outline of the Cuban Ivory Billed Woodpecker is also a good reference point for a historical basis.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • She's an outspoken believer that the Ivory-billed Woodpecker is extinct, and she seems totally infatuated with a certain Bigfoot she seems to know much about.

    Frame 352, and all that

  • FWIW, the Wikipedia article on the Soviet Woodpecker aka Duga-3 and STEEL YARD and many other articles found by a search have quite a bit to say about the subject.

    The September 2007 Bear Market in NASA Temperature "Pasts" « Climate Audit

  • The Woodpecker is a more restless, though not a more industrious bird than the Chicadee, and seldom gives the branches so thorough an examination as the latter.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 17, March, 1859

  • Bulalio the Slaughterer, called the Woodpecker also, was one of these, and that little yellow monkey of a man whom I saw with you to-day, called Hansi, was the other.

    She and Allan

  • 2006 March 17: In a posting to the Frontiers of Identification listserv entitled Woodpecker I.D., Kenn Kaufman lays down the gauntlet, challenging bird identification experts to weigh in on the reliability of the evidence provided to date on the continuing existence of Ivory-billed Woodpeckers.

    Ivory-billed Woodpecker: Initial Excitement Yields to Skepticism

  • On the other hand, the structure here is much more hierarchical, which makes it more difficult for individual mavericks like my former Ph.D. advisor ( "Woodpecker") to run amok, pecking to a pulp those who are seen to be inefficient.

    summary of the new life

  • The 'Woodpecker' song is referred to in an illustrative way by Mrs. Finching (_L. D._), who says that her papa is sitting prosily breaking his new-laid egg in the back parlour like the woodpecker tapping.

    Charles Dickens and Music

  • Colonel Sutton was first m. to Dorothea Washington, dau. of George and Elizabeth Washington, of "Woodpecker," Caroline county.

    A History of Caroline County, Virginia

  • The 'Woodpecker' song is referred to in an illustrative way by Mrs. Finching (L.D.), who says that her papa is sitting prosily breaking his new-laid egg in the back parlour like the woodpecker tapping.

    Charles Dickens and Music

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