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2011 forest report

2011 forest report

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Published by Bob Berwyn
overview of forest health and insect infestations
overview of forest health and insect infestations

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Published by: Bob Berwyn on Sep 15, 2012
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Populations of bay-breasted warblers, Tennesse warblers, and Cape May warblers are very dependent on the spruce budworm. Their populations fluctuate with the spruce budworm outbreaks. Spraying for spruce budworm disrupts the numbers of these birds, who are natural controllers of this insect pest.

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