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Chasing the Ivory-Bill
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Day 14: One Last Lead
April 28, 2016
— As the trip draws to a close, Gallagher focuses his hopes on new territory.
Day 13: The Trek to Farallones
April 27, 2016
— Birds abound on a cliff-side hike, but still no Ivory-bill.
Day 12: A Screaming Absence
April 26, 2016
— After stumbling upon ideal Ivory-bill habitat, the birds' silence weighs heavily on the group.
Day 11: Echoes From The Highest Ridgetop
April 25, 2016
— The team hikes deeper—and higher—into the woods and meets a Cuban Pygmy Owl along the way.
Day 10: And Then The Mule Died
April 22, 2016
— The team catches wind of a 2008 Ivory-bill sighting—and passes on some questionable meat.
Day 9: Thirty Years Since The Last Report
April 21, 2016
— The Ivory-bill becomes more ghost-like each step of the way.
Day 8: On to Ojito de Agua!
April 20, 2016
— After a series of unfortunate events, Gallagher and the team finally reach their camp in Humbolt National Park.
Day 7: The End of the Good Times
April 19, 2016
— Slip sliding into Humboldt National Park is much harder than it sounds.
Day 6: Guantanamo Bound
April 18, 2016
— The team encounters a few ominous creatures as they wade into restricted territory.
Day 5: Travels With El Indio in the Mountains Above Bahia de Taco
April 15, 2016
— A savvy local guide leads a hike full of endemics and faux woodpecker calls.
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