Why were ecologists concerned about the shift in the peak caterpillar season from June 3, 1980, to May 15, 2000? A) The caterpillars would have eaten much of the foliage of the trees where flycatchers would have nested, rendering their nests more open to predation. B) The earlier hatching of caterpillars would compete with other insect larval forms which the flycatchers would also use to feed their young. C) The 2000 flycatcher nestlings would miss the peak caterpillar season and might not be as well fed. D) The flycatchers would have to migrate sooner to match their brood-rearing to the time of peak caterpillar season. E) Pesticides, which have a negative effect on the ecosystem, would have to be used to control the earlier outbreak of caterpillar hatching.