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Bowerbirds /ˈbaʊərbɜːrd/ make up the bird family Ptilonorhynchidae. They are renowned for their unique courtship behaviour, where males build a structure ...

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Bowerbirds - Photo Gallery - National Geographic Magazine

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To woo a “Mary,” bowerbirds decorate with shells, cans, even pink paper clips.

World's Weirdest: Bowerbird Woos Female with Ring

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A male satin bowerbird needs a swanky pad to land the perfect mate. He'll bribe her with many a trinket... will a ring finally seal the deal?

Bowerbirds - National Geographic Magazine

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To woo a “Mary,” bowerbirds decorate with shells, cans, even pink paper clips.

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Feb 9, 2007 ... David Attenborough observes the bower bird's intriguing behaviour. From the BBC.

Bowerbirds and sexual selection -- Gerald Borgia

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Most bowerbirds have a lek-like mating system and males have no role in parental care but they build intricate and often finely crafted stick structures associated ...

BOWERBIRDS: PHOTO GALLERIES: Wildlife Photojournalist Tim ...

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Nature pictures, bird photos and other stock photos by Tim Laman. Tim is a Wildlife Photojournalist working for National Geographic magazine and other top  ...

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bow·er·bird
[bou-er-burd]
NOUN
1.
any of several oscine birds of the family Ptilonorhynchidae, of Australia, New Guinea, and adjacent islands, the males of which build bowerlike, decorated structures to attract the females.
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