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Subject:No sightings but worth seeing
From:Al Batt <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Sun, 13 Mar 2011 22:43:13 EDT
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Ghost Bird: Part of  Sustainability Film Series '11 at Bell Museum
This Thursday, March 17, at 7  p.m., Bell Museum will host the local 
premiere of Ghost Bird, a  documentary exploring how the possible rediscovery of 
an extinct giant  woodpecker helped a small Arkansas town reverse its 
fortunes and launched  birders and scientists on a wild search for the "Lord God 
Bird." 

Panel discussion will  follow the film, featuring our expert  guests:
Jim Fitzpatrick is  director of Carpenter Nature Center in Hastings, and 
happens to be one of the  first people who spotted the illusive bird in 2005.  

Carrol  Henderson has been with the Minnesota Department of Natural 
Resources Non-Game  Wildlife Program since 1977 and brings his expertise and 
passion for birding  along with his broad knowledge of the relationship between 
species extinction  and habitat loss.

Ann Kessen is an avid birder and teacher, and  the president of the 
Minnesota Ornithologists' Union. 

Bell Museum will be bringing out its exceptionally rare  Ivory-billed 
woodpecker specimen to be displayed for this  event!!!

Al Batt 
Your Hartland  correspondent


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