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Wendy and the Woodpecker By Wendy Perry
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Wendy helps a huge pileated woodpecker who gets tangled in fishing line and is unable to fly. He then thanks her the only way he knows how.
How the Woodpecker Got His Red Head By Ron Shavalier
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A delightful tale; craftily illustrated.
Woodpecker Deterrent and Pigeon Deterrent: Stop Woodpeckers Destroying Your Siding & Pigeons Messing Your Residence By Simon Marlow
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Woodpecker Deterrent - Pigeon Deterrent: Stop Woodpeckers Destroying Your Siding & Pigeons Messing Your Residence Do you have problems with woodpeckers drilling holes in your siding? Do local... More > pigeons make a real mess of your siding, windows, patio and roof from pigeon droppings? If so then this simple book is for you. It shows you exactly how to eradicate this bird nuisance without harming the pigeons or woodpeckers and with no special equipment. All you need are some old CDs and the secret approach to creating foolproof deterrent. Find out, in this beautifully illustrated book, how to quickly and easily make your own deterrent that works 100% I've use this method on my own home and for over a year I have had NO issues with woodpeckers or pigeons.< Less
The Red-cockaded Woodpecker at Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge By James Martin, Joyce Martin
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The Red-cockaded woodpecker was once abundant in the southeast. Loss of habitat in the 1900's resulted in plummeting populations, and this woodpecker was declared an endangered species in the... More > 1970's. Today, populations are slowly recovering but are largely restricted to state and federally owned lands where pine trees can reach the maturity required for nesting. One area where this woodpecker can still be found is the Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge in south-central Mississippi. This book is primarily a collection of photographs of this bird taken at the Noxubee NWR with a description of its habitat and life history< Less
The Red-cockaded Woodpecker at Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge By James Martin, Joyce Martin
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The Red-cockaded woodpecker was once abundant in the southeast. Loss of habitat in the 1900's resulted in plummeting populations, and this woodpecker was declared an endangered species in the... More > 1970's. Today, populations are slowly recovering but are largely restricted to state and federally owned lands where pine trees can reach the maturity required for nesting. One area where this woodpecker can still be found is the Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge in south-central Mississippi. This book is primarily a collection of photographs of this bird taken at the Noxubee NWR with a description of its habitat and life history< Less
We are Living in Ancient times By Bob Randolph
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Selected poems from 2009, every day living of the live's of others
My Calendar By Luke Omrnad
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A collection of twelve beautiful photos of a wide variety of birds. From Yellow Warblers to Redhead Ducks, this calendar has it all.
Scenes from Southwest Florida Woodlands By Victoria Roddel
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A collection of photographs from the woodlands and swamps of Southwest Florida. 8 1/2 x 11 Paperback ISBN 978-1-4303-0362-6
2009 Calendar of Rochester Birds By Marcia Birken
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2009 photographic calendar of birds found in, or migrating through, Rochester, New York. All photographs are the original, copyrighted work of Marcia Birken, ciaPhoto, Rochester, NY.
Peckerwood A Tale of the Big Thicket By John A. Blackwell
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Waaaahooooooo!!! That's what you'll yell when you take a ride in Jack's souped up '57 Chevy. With Charlene at his side, they scream along the blacktops and fish-tail the gravel roads of the Big... More > Thicket of East Texas. Jack, a birder, is in pursuit of woodpeckers. Ivory bills are hunted and piliateds abound while love comes a knocking and peckerwoods confound. A naturalists delight!< Less