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Latta, S. C., M. A. Michaels, T. C. Michot, P. L. Shrum, P. Johnson, J. Tischendorf, M. Weeks, J. Trochet, D. Scheifler, B. Ford. 2023. Multiple lines of evidence suggest the persistence of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker (Campephilus principalis) in Louisiana

Latta, S. C., M. A. Michaels, D. Scheifler, T. C. Michot, P. L. Shrum, P. Johnson, J.  Tischendorf, M. Weeks, J. Trochet, and B. Ford. 2022. Multiple lines of evidence indicate survival of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker in LouisianabioRxiv. doi:

Michaels, M.A. 2021. [Review of]: Looking for the Ivory-billed Woodpecker in Eastern Cuba. (A.R. Estrada). Journal of Caribbean Ornithology 34:79-80.

Michaels, M.A., Lammertink, M., Hunter, W.C., and Michot, T.C. 2021. Foraging Ivory-billed Woodpeckers in the Singer Tract in Louisiana: Matching James T. Tanner’s field notes with his photographs from 1939. The Migrant 92(2):53-63.

Leese, B.E. and Michaels, M.A. 2020. Historical status of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker in Virginia. The Raven 91.

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