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Secret nocturnal lives of wood thrushes


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We know surprisingly little about what songbirds do after the sun goes down, but past studies have provided tantalizing hints that many forest birds roost for the night in different habitat from where they spend the day. A new paper confirms that wood thrushes often move out of their daytime ranges to sleep, seeking dense areas of vegetation where they're safe from predators.FIFAbx4_3bc

 

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