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Imperial Woodpecker -- Campephilus imperialis More
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1 Adult Female  

forage

cling

perch

peck

 

 

William L Rhein
1956

    Geography
  • Mexico
    Durango
    Locality
  • Sierra Madre Occidental, Taxicaringa Municipality, 79 km south of the city of Durango, 4 km southwest of village of Guacamayita.
    Latitude/Longitude
  • 23.3036111   -104.7366667
    Elevation
  • 2800 meters
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    Equipment Note
  • Cine-Kodak Special 16 mm camera (according to Richard Heintzelman and Frederick Hilton, travel companions of Rhein who were interviewed by Martjan Lammertink in 2010).

NO AUDIO. Archived from digital copy of a 16 mm film gifted to Cornell Lab of Ornithology by Ronald Thorpe, nephew of William Rhein, original recordist. Lat/long accuracy within 2km, determined by field visit in 2010 by Martjan Lammertink and Tim Gallagher who followed landmarks in still slides from 1956 by Richard Heintzelman who was a travel companion of William Rhein.

Frames 1542 to 1757 from ML Video 468599 , after stabilization of camera shake in Final Cut Pro software, showing a 9-second foraging scene. Referred to as "Film 3" in Lammertink, M., Gallagher, T.W, Rosenberg, K. V., Fitzpatrick, J. W., Liner, E., Rojas-Tomé, and Escalante, P. 2011. Film documentation of the probably extinct Imperial Woodpecker (Campephilus imperialis). The Auk 128 (4): 671-677.

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