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Top Stories: Protecting NY’s Wild Quakers, Male Zebra Finches Tell Us About Social Cues

Posted: March 3, 2011, 1:00 p.m PST

New York State Quaker Parakeet Protection Act Needs Sponsor
The Wild Parrots of New York blog is looking for someone to approach his or her NY State Assembly member to sponsor S01246. More>>

Social Cues: Researchers Find Male Zebra Finches Sing Better In Female Presence
Universtity of California, San Francisco scientists discovered that, in the presence of a female, male zebra finches sang much better than when they were practicing their song alone, reports the UCSF website. More>>

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cku, toms river, NJ
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Great reading
Dee, Oil City, PA
Posted: 10/15/2011 10:16:10 AM
quaker are the greatest little birds in the world.
ARZ, Lakeland, FL
Posted: 5/14/2011 1:40:22 AM
Why do quaker get such a bad rap? they are the most lovable bird's you could ever own
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