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Hey y'all,

As a addenda to Rich Paul's post--

>Another exotic to think about is the Washingtonia palm.  A dead one in my
>front yard has been used by single pairs of Eastern Screech-owl, Northern
Flicker
>and Red-bellied Woodpecker -- simultaneously.  Starlings use Washingtonia
>cavities too, e.g. at McKay Bay Park.

The only place I have, thus far, found breeding Black-hooded Parakeets
(Nandayus nenday} has been in Washington palms.

Lee F. Snyder

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