Technically, he is not listed on the birth certificate, so he is not even formally the father.
At this point, he technically
can file for visitation
any time before the child is 18. He is unlikely to be able to void the adoption, however.
I am going to venture a guess here that the father had an affair, and wishes not to be reminded of it, have his wife find out, or have it in his life AT ALL, so hence his complete and utter non-response. Given that, it would be HIGHLY UNLIKELY for him to do this in the first place, anyhow.
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