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BBC Radio asks why female birds sing
BBC Radio's Curious Cases covers why birds sing their complex tunes, including why do female birds sing. Check it out here...read more
Female songsters on Living Lab Radio
Listen to female songsters and learn why they sing on Living Lab Radio. http://capeandislands.org/post/you-can-take-part-female-bird-song-projectread more
All About Birds all about Female Song
Cornell Lab of Ornithology's All About Birds explains what female birds have to say and why listen....read more
Female bird song in the news
Check out recent coverage of female bird song in the news, including these venues! EarthSky: http://earthsky.org/earth/female-birdsong-project Wildlife Society: http://wildlife.org/female-birds-sing-too-but-do-they-go-unheard/ Atlas...read more
Female Song on Science Friday!
Check out Science Friday's coverage of unconventional bird sounds - including what we can and should be listening to from females....read more
Audubon highlights Lady Lyrebird Songs
Lady Lyrebirds have a voice, too - it is not just the males that string together endless mimicked songs and whistles. Audubon explains how researchers are revealing what females have to say!...read more
Washington Post covers why listen to female birds
The Washington Post explains why it is important to listen for female bird songs, and how a better understanding of female bird song can contribute to different scientific fields... Read more...read more
Auk commentary asks researchers to document female song
This commentary in the Auk ask researchers, along with citizen scientists to help document female bird song. Read the article to find out why there is a deficit of female bird songs in research collections and what the authors are asking you to do to...read more
Female and male duet behavior can vary in Neotropical ovenbird
In their study, Pedro Diniz and colleagues show that female and male duet behavior can vary with season and singing role in a Neotropical ovenbird, the Rufous Hornero. Check out their article in the Journal of Avian Biology: ...read more
Discover magazine covers efforts to make female bird songs heard
Discover Magazine emphasizes the importance of listening for and documenting female bird songs and efforts to make their songs heard....read more