Dabburiya, Israel, Date Unknown
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"Elvis" Woodpecker Could Rebound Near Florida River, Expert Says
Richard A. Lovettfor National Geographic News
December 15, 2006
Among U.S. birders, one of the dream sightings is a giant, black-and-white bird with a distinctive red crest called the ivory-billed woodpecker.
For the past 50 years many bird experts believed the creature to be extinct. But recent sightings in Arkansas and western Florida have tantalized biologists with the thought that a few might have survived.
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