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Bird Research News - Big-Brained Birds
Find out which brain size is better prepared to cope with environmental changes
Bird Research News - Humans Accelerate Bird Extinction
A report by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences predicts that the bird extinction rate will increase during the 21st century.
Bird Research News - New Hybrid Research
Avian hybrids might be more common in the wild than previously believed.
Bird Research News - When Mites Invade, Mother Finches Protect Their Sons
A University of Arizona study finds that house finch mothers protect their sons if mites infest the nest.
Budgies Find Yawning Contagious, Research Shows
When one budgerigar yawns, another budgie is sure to follow, according to the research published in Behavioural Processes.
Bird Conserve Opens In Colombia
Twenty-one native bird species protected at El Dorado Bird Reserve
First pictures of two rare bird species
ProAves researches capture first images of “smiling” bird and rare conure
Fundación ProAves Opens Fuertes's Parrot Reserve
Conservation project aims to protect endangered bird
Bird Research News - Ladies’ Choice
Female mate choices became less consistent when the birds were under low-frequency fluorescent lights
Proventricular Dilatation Disease: The Avian Bornavirus Link
Ian Tizzard, Ph.D, Director of the Schubot Exotic Bird Health Center at Texas A&M University, discusses the latest developments regarding Proventricular Dilatation Disease and its theoretical link to Avian Bornavirus.
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