What Birds Mate for Life?

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There aren't many birds that mate for life but the ones that do are: macaws, crows, ravens, sea eagles, geese, doves, hummingbirds, eagles, cranes, and owls.
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There are a large number of animals that mate for life. These include wolves, pigeons, black vultures, condors, beavers, coyotes, and termites. You can find more information here:
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Many birds form long-term pair bonds that may last a lifetime, or only several years. No species is known to always mate for life; studies show that most monogamous species are more
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Doves mate for life, until one partner dies. Then the surviving dove
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When hatched, young birds of paradise are helpless. They cannot stand or walk and have few, if any, feathers. They are fed by the adult female until their eyes open in about a week
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