Data from: Patterns of call communication between group-housed Zebra finches change during the breeding cycle

Lisa F. Gill, Wolfgang Goymann, Andries Ter Maat & Manfred Gahr
Vocal signals such as calls play a crucial role for survival and successful reproduction, especially in group-living animals. However, call interactions and call dynamics within groups remain largely unexplored because their relation to relevant contexts or life-history stages could not be studied with individual-level resolution. Using on-bird microphone transmitters, we recorded the vocalisations of individual zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) behaving freely in social groups, while females and males previously unknown to each other passed through...
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