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Red-Cockaded Woodpecker, an Endangered Species on the National Forests in Texas

Texas Forestry Museum

Sound | 1990s

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  •  Larry Bonner of the US Forest Service 
  •  Brent Ortego of Texas Parks and Wildlife 
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This segment from The Eyes of Texas, a local television program produced by Houston’s KPRC-TV, provides information on the endangered Red-Cockaded Woodpecker found throughout Texas. The birds primarily reside in pine trees, which suffer from the red heart disease. Needless to say, when the trees suffer, the birds suffer. The film recounts efforts to manage the birds and to bring female birds closer to the rarer male birds.