According to paragraph 3, what advantage do birds gain by hatching all the colony's eggs at the same time? A. They are able to time the hatching of their chicks for when predators are not likely to be around. B. Chicks hatch when food is abundant, which is generally only a few times a year. C. Even if predators eliminate some of the newly hatched birds, many others will survive. D. Weaker birds gain protection for their young by synchronizing their nesting behavior with that of the more dominant birds of the colony.