Downy Woodpecker (Success)

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The title of this chart is “Downy Woodpecker (Success).” This is a horizontal bar chart with the number of displacements on the x-axis (horizontal axis) and species interacted with on the y-axis (vertical axis). There are two data sets displayed as two different colored bars. The light orange bars show the number of displacements that the Downy Woodpecker was successful and the blue bars show the number of displacements that the Downy Woodpecker was unsuccessful. The Downy Woodpecker was only in two displacements and both were successful. A Downy Woodpecker sucessfully displaced its own species and an American Goldfinch.

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Reading the Graph: Who do Downy Woodpeckers try to displace? Recall a displacement is when one bird tries to dislodge another bird and it can be either successful or unsuccessful. The orange bars show displacements in which the Downy Woodpecker was successful and the blue bars show the displacements in which the Downy Woodpecker was unsuccessful. The length of each bar indicates the number of displacements and the species listed on the vertical axis are the species that the Downy Woodpecker tried to displace. 

How successful are Downy Woodpeckers in displacements? 

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