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Historically, periodic f'res swept through longleaf pine forests, keeping the
undergrowth low. One factor leading to dec ine of the red-cockaded woodpecker
is the destruction or fragrnentation of suitable habitats by ogging and agriculture.
To test the hypothesis that this social behavior cortributes to the decline of the red
-cockaded woodpecker, Carole Copeyon, Jeffrey Walters, an -d Jay Carter, of
North Carolina State University, constructed cavities in pine trees at 20 sites.
forests for the red-cockaded woodpecker might impact migratory birds associated
w'th broadleaf temperate forests. To test for such impacts, ecologists compared
bird communities near clusters of nest cavities in managed pine forests with ...
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