By: Namratha Mogaral (Author)
201 pages, colour illustrations
This book presents a fascinating study of songs of birds based on intensive field observations carried out in the forests of the Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary at Lakkavalli in Karnataka of the Southern Indian sub-continent. Drawing on these insights, it proposes a new paradigm for understanding song and other displays as socio-biological mechanisms. Its arguments are presented with thorough research on contemporary views of signaling behaviour in birds.
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