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Red-cockaded Woodpecker:  Images

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Artificial cavity insert with metal restrictor plate to prevent damage by pileated woodpeckers
cavity insert
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Turn of the century (1900) logging of longleaf pine forest in east Texas
longleaf logging
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Courtest of the East Texas Research Center; Steen Library, Forest History Collections, Thompson Family Lumber Enterprises Collection, P90T:202, Stephen F. Austin Sate University, Nacogdoches, Texas

Subadult female and male in preparation for translocation to a recruitment cluster
female & male
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Mike Lennartz, US Forest Service

Distribution of Red-cockaded Woodpeckers
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Courtesty of Our Living Resources: A Report to the Nation on the Distribution, Abundance, and Health of US Plants, Animals, and Ecosystems, National Biological Service, USDI. Red-cockaded Woodpecker; Costa and Walker; 1995.

Red Stars: Current Red-cockaded Woodpecker Distribution (Federal, Sate, and Priviate Sector Biologists 1993, 1994; updated 2002)
Blue Box: Historical Distribution of Red-cockaded Woodpecker (Jacson 1971, Hooper et al. 1980).

Prescribed burning in longleaft pine forest
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D. Craig Rudolph, US Forest Service

Southeastern Woodpeckers
SE Woodpeckers
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Richard A. Parks

1. Red-cockaded
2. Hairy
3. Downy
4. Pileated
5. Red-bellied
6. Red-headed
7. Sapsucker
8. Flicker
9. Ivorybill (extinct)

Red-cockaded Woodpecker Brochure -- (pdf file)



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