How Do Birds Communicate?

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Birds communicate through what is called the bird songs. These songs can be understood between birds and what we normally hear is simply the chirping sound they make but this is how they talk to one another.
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How Do Birds Communicate?
The song of birds can be soothing and inspiring, but birds sing for more than just the beauty of it. Birds use song, call notes and behavior to communicate with each other. Birds use sound and action to scare off predators or warn other birds about... More »
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