Contrary to their pretty name and appearance, some Australian superb fairy-wrens can be ‘aggressive’ in the wild – which may be important for their survival. When […]
Ever wondered why birds are born to peep, chirrup and sing? Surprisingly international avian experts have shown this to be true, after finding fluctuations in bird […]
Embryonic learning in Red-backed Fairy-wrens has been established by Flinders bird experts and overseas researchers.
While there are many vocal female birds out there, males generally sing more. Yet, Flinders researchers are finding that female song is different for good reasons.