Slide # 1

The Hembree House

The team attempt to unravel the long history of the house and document paranormal activity taking place on the property Read More

Slide # 2

Bigfoot The Legend is Real

The Crypto Crew team uncover and document evidence of the elusive legend known as Bigfoot. Read More

Slide # 3

Running Away From The Unknown

Dominick was a bright young man who had just landed the role of skippy in the Toxic Avenger Movie. He was on top of the world and had his whole life in front of him,with nothing but good things in store. But that all changed after the death of his parents. Read More

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The East Atlantis River Adventures

The 460 plus mile long Musi River, sometimes called Gold River, was the heart of Palembang especially during the 7th to 13th century Srivijayan empire. Many of the locals still depend on the river in many ways. Read More

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Harlan Kentucky's Manzo Shepherd Story

On a late evening in April of 1942 three men hailed a taxi in Harlan Kentucky to take them to Virginia across Black Mountain. Secluded by the wilderness atop Kentucky's highest peak, the men killed the taxi driver. Later the killers were apprehended and had to stand trial for their crimes. This was just the beginning of the story. Read More

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Book Release - The Ivory-billed Woodpecker:Taunting Extinction: Survival in the Modern Era

The Ivory-billed Woodpecker:Taunting Extinction: Survival in the Modern Era

by

Guy G Luneau

Now available from Zombie Media Publishing - The Ivory-billed Woodpecker: Taunting Extinction: Survival in the Modern Era by Guy G. Luneau.

This book contains the definitive evidence that the Ivory-billed Woodpecker is surviving in our modern era, two-plus decades into the 21st century.

The Ivory-billed Woodpecker, Campephilus principalis, survives on the North American continent in our modern era, two-plus decades into the 21st century. Its survival is a natural history miracle.

The ivorybill was considered by many to have gone extinct on the North American continent as far back as the early 1900’s. Yet it was “rediscovered”. After a short while, many lost hope and again labeled it extinct. It was rediscovered again. Sightings of the species continued on through the decades. And encounters continue up into the present day, two-plus decades into the 21st century.

How can this be? How can a large bird species, as large as a Wood Duck, continue surviving on the North American continent while living its life “under the radar” of the 330 million people residing in the USA in the 2020 A.D. time frame? This book, The Ivory-billed Woodpecker: Taunting Extinction, offers explanations of the various pathways by which this can occur -- and indeed it has occurred.

The modern-day Ivory-billed Woodpecker population is no doubt low in number. But forest square mileage is much larger today, and the average age of the trees in those forests is much older today, in the eastern USA than it was in the mid 1900’s when numerous species of forest animals’ populations dipped to substantially reduced numbers, including such now-abundant animals as Whitetail Deer, Wild Turkey, Wood Duck, and Black Bear to name a few. Combining the ivorybill’s low, but likely increasing, population with it being a quiet, skittish-of-man, retiring, long-distance-traveling, masterfully-wily, master-of-its-environment bird species, along with a modern-day humanity who largely does not spend much time in deep forest and swamp habitats, we then have the factors of the recipe – the equation – that permits the ivorybill to elude detection by humans.

Available now! and features numerous color photos, scientific analysis and much more!

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4 comment:

  1. These people are partially delusional. Although there are likely a few left the genetic implications are inescapable like they are for any small population. Also the habitat has not improved; claims that is has are almost always made by people who have limited ecological knowledge in general and specifically will not accept that the ivory billed is very synchronized with concentrations of newly dead wood. These conditions are gone now for many decades. Although a few likely survive there can be no rebound with the genetic viability unrecoverable.

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    1. You should really read the book. It is written by a retired scientist, and bird watcher. It proves that the ivory bill is alive and well using scientific analysis.

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  2. Proves is alive? At best it presents evidence that rises to or close to proof that a few birds were alive ~ 10 to 15 years ago .

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  3. Where do they say all these birds are or might be ? IBs are not invisible as the AR and Hill birds proved. If they are there someone will have seen them by now since we all got a warning a few times over the last decades that a few at least were around. But____

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