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RE: Mammals preying on giant azhdarchid pterosaurs!



TW, the Canada geese around here (west of Chicago) nest on the ground, in
the open, in short read "neatly mown" by human or geese, in fact on any
available patch of ground (including a 3 ft square in the middle of a
carpark.

They are available to all: modern efficient maammals such as cats, raccons,
possums, dogs, rats, foxes, coyotes; birds such as crows, raptors, and for
anyone else with an inclination. 

But their numbers are *increasing*, not decreasing.

Which I think tends to cast doubt on your theory.

martin