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Guam's Birds Gone: Can Forest Survive?

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Photo of a seed trap created by Rogers and her colleagues out of screen and PVC pipe.

Seed traps were created by Haldre Rogers and her colleagues out of screen and PVC pipe from the hardware store.

Credit: Nash Turley, University of Washington


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Photo of Premna obtusifolia, or False Elder, the fruiting tree on the island of Guam.

Premna obtusifolia, or False Elder, is the fruiting tree on the island of Guam that Haldre Rogers and her colleagues addressed in the study.

Credit: Haldre Rogers, University of Washington


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