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Subject: Cuckoos
From: Judith L-A <>
Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2017 05:20:44 +0000
So it'd be more about habitat destruction &/ climate shifts across the entire 
ranges of the cuckoo spp., & the effects of these upon population numbers, 
forage, & breeding, of all the cuckoos & all their hosts. For example, what if 
there are less small or bush birds here? Or what about abrupt habitat changes 
north of us. Or climate extremes on migration. Or decoupling of forage/prey 
life cycles with those of the birds'?

To our superficial gaze the affects & effects of interactions or agonistics 
might be misunderstandings in passing.

SEQ 500m

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