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25519
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Cavity-building woodpeckers create habitats for a diverse species within the woodlands of North Carolina. The presence of woodpeckers in the forest changes everything and are classified as keystone species. This label is given to species who have a significant and far-reaching effect on the dynamics of ecosystems.
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4591
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Not all birds built nests in trees or bushes. Many are satisfied with a hole in a tree trunk. Holes have advantages. They offer more protection from predators, more shelter from the weather, and building skills are not required. Among cavity- dwelling birds are the kestrel, wood duck, belted king fisher, common flicker, and various songbirds.
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35390
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Included in this article was information about the North Carolina Museum of Natural Science, Citizen Scientist, and Neighborhood Nestwatch. All information was designed to encourage readers to get more interested in the great outdoors, in particular birds.
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36164
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A physically and economically feasible solution for the decrease of forests: bird boxes. Among the species that could make this structure for the birds were bluebirds and Carolina wrens.
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38164
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A collection of pictures of nesting birds and their young.
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38318
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With the end of hunting season, the author suggests sprucing up the habitats of game birds and game animals to ensure a good hunting season next year.
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38523
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Keeping an eye on bird nests can be a fulfilling activity, if you can find and identify them. The author lists several popular bird breeds and their nesting habitats.