Interactions

The Ivory-Bill interacts with a lot of organisms by helping them or by hurting them. Beetle larvae thats lives and grows in trees is eaten by the Ivory-Bill. This is a predation because one organism is dieing to feed the Ivory-Bill. Since the Ivory-Bill is a woodpecker it gets most of its food from eating insects from trees.  Since the bird is harming the tree by digging holes into it and the Ivory-Bill is helping the tree because its removing harmful bugs it should be called a Mutualism.

Interspecific

When organisms fight over resources between animals of different species. The Ivory-Bill would fight over trees because this is the main thing that it needs. A tree contains its food, shelter, and its family.

Intraspecific

This is when animals in the same species fight over food. The Ivory-Bill would fight over many basic things like food and water but it would also fight over the best nest positions. A tree that has a lot of beetles would be fought over while a nest in a small tree probable would not. The reason the Ivory-Bill doesn't want a small tree is because it has large wings it wont be able to move around freely.

Jackson, Jerome A. (2002). Ivory Billed woodpecker. Retrieved May 19, 2008, from The birds of North

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     Web Site: http://bna.birds.cornell.edu/bna/species/711/articles/foodhabits