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Study: Songbirds eavesdrop to find best places to live

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A new study reported by ScienceDaily.com said that songbirds select their nest by listening to the songs of the more experienced and successful birds to help them decide where to breed. This communication and behavioral trait is so strong that researchers playing recorded songs induced them to nest in places they otherwise would have avoided. Click here for the full story.

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