In the summer of 1879, a group of 3 people including wild animal experts and enthusiasts, started with the fashion trade, accompanied by translators, and a group of 3 people went into North American forests under the guidance of local indigenous people.
"TINOCA ... TINOCA ...", Brown Castilane was frightened by the abrupt call of the indigenous people, and following the direction of the indigenous people's fingers, he saw a distinctive bird flying by, albeit for a few seconds Mr. Castillani still clearly saw the appearance of the bird, and he was immediately attracted by this colorful creature. According to indigenous people, this is the symbol and protector of their ethnic group. "TINOCA" means "bird of paradise" in the local language.
After returning to Italy, Brown Castilani wanted to figure out what kind of bird it was, based on memory, comparison and search of bird information. The result surprised him! I came, the bird he saw was an ivory beak woodpecker that had been declared extinct! The ivory beak woodpecker was named because it had a large ivory beak, and it was the world's largest. One of the woodpeckers. The ivory-billed woodpecker wears bright black and white feathers with white spots on its wings. The male woodpecker's crown is bright red. Because it is so beautiful, bird lovers also call the ivory-billed woodpecker "the bird of God."