Date Last Updated: July 19, 2019

Tag: territory

  • White-crowned Sparrow Males Unruffled by Younger Rivals

    White-crowned Sparrow Males Unruffled by Younger Rivals

    In the territorial world of nature, it's not uncommon for older males to give way to the younger generation, albeit with a fight. Researchers have recently discovered that this is not ...

  • New Research into Bird Song

    While zebra finch females utter single note, low-pitched calls, males have the ability to sing in a variety of frequencies, even producing a whistle that goes beyond a piano keyboard’s high end. ...

  • Nightingale’s Journey Provides Valuable Migratory Information

    While being fairly nondescript in appearance, the nightingale is legendary for its amazing singing ability, which can often be heard at night, as well as in daylight hours. The name nightingale ...

  • So why do Birds really sing in the Fall?

    Birds sing for a variety of reasons, and not all of these motivations are linked to displays of pleasure. As their primary form of communication, birds sing to greet one another, attract a ...