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I just realized that the previously forwarded message did not include 
the website address.  This one does.

Edge Wade
Columbia, MO
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> From: David Luneau <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: Thu Feb 09, 2006  12:23:24 AM US/Central
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: IBWO analysis website now online
> Reply-To: David Luneau <[log in to unmask]>
>
> The following is an announcement from the Cornell Laboratory of 
> Ornithology
> that I am passing along to the list for your information.
>
>
> IBWO Video Analysis by Martjan Lammertink, Ken Rosenberg, John 
> Fitzpatrick,
> David Luneau, Tim Gallagher, and Marc Dantzker is posted on CLO 
> Ivory-bill
> web pages.
>
> In conjunction with the second Ivory-billed Woodpecker Recovery Team 
> meeting
> in Brinkley Arkansas, February 6-9, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology is 
> making
> available online a detailed analysis of an Ivory-billed Woodpecker in 
> flight
> in the Big Woods of Arkansas, filmed in April 2004. This site has been 
> in
> development for several months.
>
> http://www.birds.cornell.edu/ivory/rediscovery/support
>
> This may be some of the most intensely-studied video ever taken. The 
> new web
> pages contain a point-by-point analysis of the now-famous video clip by
> David Luneau of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. The video
> analysis expands on the evidence presented in the peer-reviewed article 
> for
> Science magazine published in April 2005, and presents numerous video 
> clips
> that allow the public to examine the video data and the authors' 
> original
> conclusions for themselves.
>
> Cornell Lab of Ornithology Director Dr. John Fitzpatrick says, "Even 
> after
> the original announcement of the rediscovery, we kept going over our
> evidence and finding new ways to put it to the test--not only to answer
> questions others might have, but to continue to test the veracity of 
> our own
> conclusions." After comparing the Luneau video with more than 60 videos 
> of
> Pileated Woodpeckers now in their possession, Cornell scientists remain
> convinced that the Luneau video is unique and distinct in a number of
> characteristics. The bird is fully consistent with the plumage pattern 
> and
> flight behavior of Ivory-billed Woodpecker, thus providing visual
> confirmation of a number of well-described sightings of that species in 
> the
> area during 2004 and 2005.
>
>
> --
> M. David Luneau, Jr., P.E.
> Assoc. Prof. of Electronics
> Department of Engineering Technology
> University of Arkansas at Little Rock
> 2801 S. University Ave.
> Little Rock, AR 72204
>

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