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Michael P. Moulton 2011 Registered Copyright – www.faulknerpress.com THE LIFE OF BIRDS – THE INSATIABLE APPETITE 1. The constraints of flight require that birds eat foods that are __________ and not too bulky. (The Insatiable Appetite) 2. The crossbill is the only finch that can _________ its upper and lower bill. (The Insatiable Appetite) 3. Acorn Woodpeckers live in cooperative family groups, and each group uses ______ trees to store their acorns. (The Insatiable Appetite) 4. Because they feed on different types of trees that produce sap at different times of the year, Sapsuckers cut resin wells of different ________.(The Insatiable Appetite) 5. Leaves are not typically eaten by birds because they are bulky and need a lot of __________. (The Insatiable Appetite) 6. Birds that eat leaves have special behaviors or anatomy. Like a cow, the Hoatzin has _____________ in its stomach. (The Insatiable Appetite) 7. According to The film “The Insatiable Appetite,” plants produce ________ to get birds to act as pollinators.
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Unformatted text preview: 8. According to The film “The Insatiable Appetite,” plants produce fruit to get birds to transport _________. 9. In contrast to woodpeckers, some Galapagos finches use _______ to obtain food. (The Insatiable Appetite) 10. New Caledonian _______ extract grubs of wood[boring insects from trees with a tool. (The Insatiable Appetite) 11. South America’s Cattle Tyrant will sit on a Capybara looking for __________ disturbed by the capybara. (The Insatiable Appetite) Michael P. Moulton 2011 Registered Copyright – www.faulknerpress.com 12. One of the closest relationships between birds and other animals is that between the __________ and the animal hosts from which they remove parasites, hair and blood. (The Insatiable Appetite) 13. The __________________ has the most powerful beak of any bird in the world. (The Insatiable Appetite) 14. Parrots and macaws eat ___________ to counteract poisons in their fruit diet. (The Insatiable Appetite)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course WIS 2040 taught by Professor Moulton during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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