Song parameters, repertoire size and song sharing within and across age classes in the saffron finch

Maria Juliana Benitez Saldivar, Carolina Isabel Miño & Viviana Massoni
Birds sing mostly to attract partners or to defend territories or resources. In relation to the first function, song can vary with age if older experienced males signal their quality through their vocal output. Regarding the second function, song can also vary with age if singing behavior helps mediate social interactions through repertoire sharing with neighbors. Here, we investigate whether song parameters change with age, and in which direction, in saffron finches Sicalis flaveola pelzelni,...
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