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Has anyone considered that this bird may have adapted even to other kinds of forests and etc.?
Obvious examples would be the Blue Birds, Peregrine Falcon and Chimney Swift. The places they used to nest and the places they now nest are quite different. Survival means a lot to every species. We 'think' the IBWP HAS to have a certain forest, a certain amount of this and that but who knows what it is really capable of adapting to.
Best to keep an open mind.

Also not to ruin a birders career by idle talk.
I don't think Cornell Lab backs people for the fun of it!
Be patient, and wait and see.

Joyce Rosson
Holt, Mo.



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