A male peacock undulate its tail feathers in such a way that the 'eyes' of the feathers remain still and can mesmerize captivated females. Continue reading →
Communal living and free love were all the rage in the 1960s, but scientists have discovered a species of bird that still enjoys such a life.
Dino-Chicken steps closer to reality as scientists develop chicken embryos with leg bones identical to those of dinosaurs.
The birds use complex syntax in their calls to convey two meanings at once.
Alligators scare off nearly all predators, including humans, so some birds use them as bodyguards, paying them with egg rewards.
The finding suggests the birds are able to understand what might be going on in the mind of another individual.
An enormous bird with eggs the size of cantaloupes lived a long and successful life in Australia -- until hungry humans arrived. Continue reading →
Scientists get an unprecedented look at how New Caledonian crows fashion hooked stick tools to hunt insects.
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