Bold and aggressive behaviour means birds thrive in cities

Most people probably wouldn't consider bustling towns and cities good places for nature to thrive. Yet a few species of birds have so successfully adapted to city living that they boast large and thriving urban populations. Now, research has suggested that the success of these city-dwelling species may lie in their behaviour.

Bold and aggressive behaviour means birds thrive in cities

Most people probably wouldn't consider bustling towns and cities good places for nature to thrive. Yet a few species of birds have so successfully adapted to city living that they boast large ...

Mon 16 Apr 18 from Phys.org

Urban Great Tits are aggressive because they are permanently STRESSED by humans

Researchers looking at Great Tit behaviour in Leicester and Derby found the little songbirds birds defend their territory far more vehemently if they live in an urban area.

Thu 12 Apr 18 from Daily Mail

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