Why Do Birds Chirp?

Answer

Birds chirp for a number of different reasons in the wild. They chirp often simply because it is how the communicate and express themselves to each other.
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Birds chirp as a way to communicate with each other. Sometimes it is looking/calling for a mate or to warn other birds of danger or the location of food. They can chirp just because they are happy too!
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