Most of the scientific attention to birdsong has been paid to the male of the species. But many female birds sing too — and scientists are starting to understand how important it is to study them as well.
These birds are relatively unafraid of people and will sometimes locate nests on buildings and bridges if other natural nesting sites, such as a cliff, are not available. Read on to learn more about this bird.
House wrens can be seen in wooded areas, but as their name suggests they tend to reside near the homes of people, particularly in small towns and suburban back yards. Read on to learn more about this bird.