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Behaviour, ISSN 0005-7959, 2013, Volume 150, Issue 13, pp. 1601 - 1622
In songbirds, male song is an acoustic signal used to attract mates and defend territories. Typically, song is an acoustically complex signal; however, the... 
geographic variation | black-capped chickadees | dominance | fee-bee song | song structure | AUDITORY DURATION DISCRIMINATION | VOCAL PERFORMANCE | ACQUISITION | DAWN CHORUS | SPARROWS | EVOLUTION | ZOOLOGY | PARUS-ATRICAPILLUS | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | HABITAT QUALITY | A-DEE CALLS | ALLOPATRIC CHICKADEES
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Animal Behavior and Cognition, ISSN 2372-5052, 08/2017, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp. 301 - 313
Coordination of actions requires that organisms actively monitor the movements of others. The current study examined acoustic cues within the fee-bee song of... 
chickadees | fee-bee | acoustic cues
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Animal Behaviour, ISSN 0003-3472, 05/2020, Volume 163, pp. 145 - 153
Imitative vocal learning has now been described in a variety of taxa, but is most extensively studied for birdsong learning. However, songbirds produce a... 
fee-bee | ZENK | HVC | gargle | songbird | chick-a-dee | tseet | Control systems | Neural circuitry | Neurons | Bees
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