Costs and benefits of ivory-billed woodpecker re-discovery
Mikusinski, G., Blicharska, M., & Baxter, P. W. J. (2010) Costs and benefits of ivory-billed woodpecker re-discovery. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 8(9), p. 460.
Several years ago, the purported re-discovery of the ivory-billed woodpecker (Campephilus principalis) in eastern Arkansas generated lively discussion in renowned scientific journals. The debate concerned both the central question of whether the bird videotaped in April 2004 really was an ivorybilled woodpecker (eg Fitzpatrick et al. 2005; Sibley et al. 2006) and the controversy around the resulting species recovery plan and its costs (McKelvey et al. 2008; Dalton 2010): was $14 million pointlessly spent?
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