Here’s a fascinating talk for Naturalists in northeastern Louisiana! There was always something very special about Ivory-billed woodpeckers, just look at that face! That wild eye! They are the holy grail of bird watching, could they still be living in parts of Louisiana? I can’t wait to find out more!
Is the ivory-billed woodpecker gone forever? Matt Courtman says, “No!”
The Louisiana Master Naturalists – Northeast first quarter 2020 meeting is scheduled Sunday, Jan. 19, at 2 p.m. in the Black Bayou Lake NWR Education Center. As always we begin with a speaker on a natural history subject. This time it will be Matt, and, yes, he will make a case that the ivory-bill can and will be found alive and well in Louisiana.
Sonny Boy and J.J. Kuhn
Matt has been fascinated with the ivory-bill since he was 8 years old. He will inform us about the ivory-bill’s unique place in Louisiana’s natural history and will lay out varies theories about its disappearance.
But the driving force behind all of that will be his hope and determination to find that the ivory-bill has persisted and still lives in Louisiana. So come, join the discussion and find out about Matt’s…
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