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The Sarcasm is unbecoming, but... I think I know what happened.  
   
  You see Bobby Harrison is a great carver of wood and fabrications(obviously...he's no David Sibley he, just some podunk pofessor from a no-name school , in fact, I have evidence if you look at the recent report of their (Cornell's analysis) you'll find this...( http://www.birds.cornell.edu/ivory/rediscovery/support/launching ) a mounted ivory bill specimen on the SAME tree as the video report.  It's all faked, the whole episode.  
   
  The whole episode (the major naysayers) reaks of jealousy, but I understand and anticipate and want the need for complete verification.
   
  Sorry for the sarcasm, 
   
  Sincerely 
   
  Brad Fisher
  Piedmont, MO
   
  Pass the kool-aid.  I'm one who happens to believe species can survive without the most pristine Old-Growth forest.  Did they all commit suicide (the survivers) after the Singer Tract was taken down...?  Highly unlikely. 
  

Chris Hobbs <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
  To answer your question, apparently the same number as anyone else!!! 

A member of the recovery team reports that Bobby Harrison claims he sees Ivory-billed Woodpeckers "at least every other month". Heck, I bet if I drink enough of the 'kool-aid', I might see a pair or two on my suet feeder ! ! ! 

Chris Hobbs
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----- Original Message -----
From: Jeff Wright 
Date: Thursday, February 9, 2006 10:53 am
Subject: Re: News from Cornell Lab of Ornithology


> "The vast majority of experts have agreed the video bird is a 
> Pileated 
> Woodpecker."
> 
> Just curious how many live IBWPs Sibley has seen.

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