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ivory billed woodpecker | Ivory Billed Woodpecker Food Chain

ivory billed woodpecker | Ivory Billed Woodpecker Food Chain

Carolina parakeet:  Once the only parrot species native to the United States, the Carolina parakeet was tragically driven to extinction after being hunted for its feathers, which were popular in ladies' hats. The last known specimen died as recently as 1918, and because stuffed birds, remnant feathers and eggshells can still be found in circulation and in museums, DNA extraction and cloning of the species could soon become a possibility....

14 extinct animals that could be resurrected

The Carolina parakeet, the only parrot species indigenous to the US, may become un-extinct.

1936. Man with Ivory-Billed Woodpecker - The last known Ivory-Billed was shot & killed in East Texas

"We tend to think about history as human history. Yet a suitably wide-focused perspective reveals that nothing in the course of human affairs." Scholarly article attached to image.

This cross-sectional, 3D image shows the tissues inside a fly’s head, including the eyes, which was captured with a new technique called ultra microscopy.

This cross-sectional, image shows the tissues inside a fly’s head, including the eyes, which was captured with a new technique called ultra microscopy.

Custom Reserved Ivory Billed Woodpecker Pottery Vase by JimAndGina

Custom Reserved Ivory Billed Woodpecker Pottery Vase Limited Series 1 (10 1/2 inch height)

Custom Reserved Ivory Billed Woodpecker Pottery Vase by JimAndGina

By Melissa Groo - a pair of scarlet tanagers I found one spring day, lying lifeless by a neighbor’s sliding glass door. The male (red) must have been chasing the female (yellow), and they both hit the glass and broke their necks. I was profoundly moved by the loss of a possibly mating pair of a species that I had rarely seen. I posed their bodies together and took a photograph, thinking that at the very least I could memorialize them.

When an ornithologist saw this photo of two Scarlet Tanagers killed by striking a glass window, he was moved to write a poem.

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