How many ivory woodpeckers are there left?
how many more ivory woodpecers are there left
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swamps and bayous of the southern u.s.
Because of the major decline in large tracts of forested area, which it needs to survive.
There are 14,068 red-cockaded woodpeckers left in north america
The imperial woodpecker of Mexico may be extinct, as it has not been seen for decades.
Formally found in Southern lowland forests, deforestaion pushed the bird to near extinction..Thought to be extinct for 60 years, until evidence was found in the Cache River ar…ea of Arkansas in 2004..Subsequent searches in other Southern states indicate they may be present in Florida, Louisiana, North and South Carolina..
The population must be small, almost certainly fifty or less.
No one knows for sure, but the population has to be tiny, probablyless than 2 birds.
After the Civil War, large tracts of Southern forests were cut down, especially in the swamps where the ivory bill made its home..This destruction continued unabated for many …years, and the ivory billed woodpecker gradually disappeared..Thought to be extinct for over 60 years, it was rediscovered in The White River Refuge in Arkansas in 2004. Since then, evidence indicates other populations may be extant in Louisiana, Florida, and the Carolinas.
Mainly woodboring insects and their larvae.
They haven't been seen since 2004 so they may be extinct. If they are still alive, There has to be fewer than 10 or 5 left!
Mainly the larvae of large beetles, extracted from dead or dying trees.
No one knows for certain, but the numbers are very low, most likely less than 40 or so.
No one knows for sure I have searched many sight and you would never guess what I have found......nothing! And yuo would think people would just come out and say the answer bu…t no, you have to read a whole website to only find out that you haven't actually found anything so the answer is..........no one know for sure.
It is not known for sure. There are probably a few in Arkansas' White River Refuge, a handful in Florida and Louisiana, South Carolina, possbly NC, Mississippi, Alabama, Georg…ia.
It's hard to say, but almost surely less than 50 birds, if that.
they can lay 5-7 eggs at a time