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Experimental reintroduction of red-cockaded woodpeckersAuthor(s): D. Craig Rudolph; Richard N. Conner; Dawn K. Carrie; Richard R. Schaefer
Source: Auk. 109(4): 914-916
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe Red-cockaded Woodpecker (Picoides borealis) is an endangered species endemic to the pine forests of the southeastern United States (Jackson 1971). Deforestation and habitat alteration have severely affected Red-cockaded Woodpecker populations; current populations are isolated and most are declining (Jackson 1971, Lennartz et al. 1983, Conner and Rudolph 1989, Costa and Escano 1989). The species has been extirpated from significant areas of suitable or potentially suitable habitat.
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CitationRudolph, D. Craig; Conner, Richard N.; Carrie, Dawn K.; Schaefer, Richard R. 1992. Experimental reintroduction of red-cockaded woodpeckers. Auk. 109(4): 914-916.
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