Animal behaviorist looks through the eyes of peafowl

Dr. Jessica Yorzinski uses peafowl to conduct a variety of behavioral studies. Yorzinski looks through the eyes of the birds to actually see what the animals are paying attention to, in this particular case, how males size up their competition.

Animal behaviorist looks through the eyes of peafowl

Flock, muster ostentation, cluster, lek, pulchritude, pride or bawl, no matter what a group of peacocks is called, Texas A&M University at College Station is now home to 40 of them, thanks to ...

Thu 16 Mar 17 from Phys.org

Animal behaviorist looks through the eyes of peafowl, Thu 16 Mar 17 from ScienceDaily

Animal behaviorist looks through the eyes of peafowl, Thu 16 Mar 17 from Eurekalert

When it comes to peacock mating, plumage size matters

The size and width of a peacock's proud plumage attracts the gaze of males likely sizing up rivals and of females potentially looking for mates, a survey released on Wednesday showed. ...

Wed 15 Mar 17 from Daily Mail

When it comes to peacock mating, plumage size matters: study

AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - The size and width of a peacock's proud plumage attracts the gaze of males likely sizing up rivals and of females potentially looking for mates, a survey released on ...

Wed 15 Mar 17 from Reuters

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