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Monday, January 17, 2022

Ivory-Billed Woodpecker Book Getting Noticed

Ivory-Billed Woodpecker Book Getting Noticed

Guy Luneau's book, The Ivory-billed Woodpecker:Taunting Extinction: Survival in the Modern Era has recently been getting noticed by several bird watching and wildlife publications. Luneau's book offers proof that the ivory billed woodpecker is still surviving in our world today.

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”. The bird was recently, once again, declared extinct but some persistence  from Luneau has brought some attention to the subject once again.

Luneau's book is published by Zombie Media publishing and while we have marketed the book nationally via social media, our ties to the birding community is limited. This is where author Guy Luneau, being a lifelong birder, excels. He started a "grassroots" style marketing campaign by contacting bird watching magazines and wildlife agencies in numerous states to alert them about his book. While not all parties have responded (yet) some were eager to hear about the book and the good news that indeed the Ivory-billed is not extinct. Reaching out to some of the most popular bird watching magazines has proven to be somewhat successful.

"Birdwatcher's Digest" recently mentioned the Ivory Billed book in a recent issue. This blurb was in the "From The Editor" section that is featured on the first few pages of the magazine.
 
"Birdwatching" magazine also mentioned Luneau's book a couple months ago in an issue.

In the Jan/Feb issue of Arkansas Wildlife magazine Luneau's book cover, along with his letter are in the magazine. Which only seems fitting seeing as Luneau is an Arkansan himself.
There is hope that other publications fall in with support as the book contains definitive evidence that the Ivory-Billed is still with us.

ZMP and Luneau appreciate the support shown so far from these publications but also credit "word of mouth" advertising for helping create a buzz around the book.

ZMP



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