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That's a Humdinger! Black-Chinned Hummingbird Nesting in Response to Forest Treatments
This article is from Issue Animals and Ecosystems of the Southwestern United States Investi-gator (Rocky Mountain Research Station) - Vol. 3 No. 1.
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Many different types of birds live in riparian forests. In this study, the scientists were interested in black-chinned hummingbirds that live in riparian forests. The scientists wanted to know if black-chinned hummingbirds were being affected by human changes to the forest.
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