RT @heatonmoorpark: Birds of the park, and elsewhere: birds modify their song in cities .......Evidence of suboscine song plasticity in re…
Birds of the park, and elsewhere: birds modify their song in cities .......Evidence of suboscine song plasticity in response to traffic noise fluctuations and road closures.......https://t.co/OXMAcMxwMS (HM library can obtain text) https://t.co/fxEI7Eh
"Results suggest that song adjustments are responses to traffic noise levels at the time of their song." https://t.co/x5XG69mCGr
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La Naturaleza funciona a través de dos vías principales: tit for tat y adaptación. En grande ciudades, las aves canoras aumentan el volumen y frecuencia de su trino cuando aumenta la contaminación auditiva por tráfico intenso. Toda adaptación tiene costes.
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