bio essay rough draft 2

bio essay rough draft 2 - Species A, but both remain in the...

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s Species A, but both remain in the feeder. s Species A by leaving the feeder without feeding. s toward or pecks at species B, but B doesn't leave. s toward or pecks at species B, causing B to leave the feeder. ly chases species B away from the feeder, following in pursuit of B. Lilly Torosyan Avian Niche Lab Rough Draft #2 Results: Birds High Low Open Closed Big Small Black Capped Chickadee 0.62 4 0.63 1 0.69 2 0.552 0.62 3 0.636 White Breasted Nuthatch 0.07 6 0.06 1 0.02 0.123 0.11 3 0.069 Tufted Titmouse 0.29 9 0.32 1 0.28 8 0.325 0.49 3 0.295 Birds Feeder Height Habitat Seed Size Black Capped Chickadee High Open Big White Breasted Nuthatch High Closed Big Tufted Titmouse High No preference Big
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We witness here that all three of the birds preferred a high feeder height, as well as large seeds. However, the chickadee preferred an open habitat, the nuthatch a closed habitat, and the titmouse had no preference. In the chickadee species, A and B were the most common types of aggression exhibited. In both the nuthatch and the titmouse, the most common form of aggression was Aggression B, which
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