Biologist Karl Berg asks the question, “How do parrots learn their names?” Are they genetically encoded or are the learned from their parents? In this video, Producer Marc Dantzker delves into Karl’s work and explains how this simple question is shedding light on one of nature’s most complex communication systems.
I have had my baby Kakariki for one week now on June 4th 2016.
He is flying and eating some food on his own while still being hand fed 3 times a day.
This is Liberty. In my middle school, they brought in multiple birds of prey, all that have been injured. I’m not sure the organization, but they have a very large farm dedicated to helping injured birds get better. Liberty has a broken left wing, and the other few have blindness, and broken legs.
Feed us or we bite you and your things.. ― at Umina Beach NSW, Australia http://www.viddy.com/video/731833e4-2a04-4b90-885b-0e25cae0b2e9
Ever wondered what its like to be part of an online school? Charlie and Lola are interviewed about Interhigh.
# Jess Hutt
5 breeding pairs of African grey..
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