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An immature Red-tailed Hawk feeding on a vole.

A Kori Bustard(?) displaying.

A Great Horned Owl sleeping.

Bird behaviour is anything a bird does; the entire complex of its observable, recordable, or measurable activities, is its behaviour[1]; its flocking, feeding and food-getting, drinking, singing, fighting, and territorial defence, its courting, mating, nesting and parental behaviour; its roosting, self-protective behaviour, preening, dusting, anting, bathing, migrations and so on[2].


  1. ^ Verplanck, W. S. (1957). A glossary of some terms used in the objective science of behavior. Supplement to the Psychol. Rev., Americ. Psychol. Assoc., Inc. no. 64, pt. 2
  2. ^ Terres, John K. (1980). The Audubon Society Encyclopedia of North American Birds. Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. ISBN 0394466519. 
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