Date Last Updated: July 19, 2019

Tag: intelligence

  • Practice Makes Perfect for Nest-Building Weavers

    Practice Makes Perfect for Nest-Building Weavers

    It has long been assumed that the nest building skills of birds are instinctive, but new research has revealed that building a nest could very well be a learned skill. Following and filming the ...

  • Pigeons Can Recognize Human Faces

    Pigeons Can Recognize Human Faces

    It seems that years of sharing space with humans and being forced to adapt to changes in city lifestyles, has taught pigeons a few tricks that are quite remarkable to say the least. They might ...

  • Crows Know How

    Crows Know How

    Researchers and scientists have been studying the New Caledonian crow for a number of years now. It has proven to be a bird with extraordinary capabilities, able to solve problems and use tools ...

  • Breakthrough in Understanding Bird Intelligence

    Humans and primates have always been seen as intelligent due to the ability to solve problems and create tools to assist in various labors. But there is another creature that uses its tool ...

  • Eclectus Parrot Ownership is Rewarding

    When people look for a pet bird to join their family, most owners want a pet bird that can be affectionate, a great companion and that has the ability to fit into their daily routines. The ...

  • Mustached Parakeets

    When looking at the Mustached Parakeet, it is evident that belonging to the same family does not mean that you share the same characteristics. The Mustached Parakeet is related to the Ringneck ...

  • African Grey Parrots – Challenging but Rewarding Pets

    Though the colors of other parrot species are more spectacular, the intelligence of the African Grey makes it one of the most popular parrot species when it comes to choosing a pet bird. The ...

  • New Caledonian Crows in the Spotlight

    New Caledonian crows are well-known for their resourceful use of tools in the wild. They have been observed using their beaks to skillfully shape twigs into bug-grabbing devices in a way that ...

  • Who’s the Smartest Bird? – Birds.com

    Which bird species is the most intelligent? Many researchers believe that the most intelligent birds are found in the Corvid family (ravens, crows, magpies and jays). These social birds show ...