Here’s an excellent interview
—from NPR local affiliate KUAF 91.3 in Fayette, Arkansas—that focuses on the Ivory-billed Woodpecker and features Scott Crocker, producer/director of Ghost Bird
(the movie), and Alan Mueller, avian conservation program manager for The Nature Conservancy in Arkansas. The interview runs about 10 minutes in length.
In Crocker’s words, the movie “conjures up nostalgia and longing.”
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