Roosting behaviour of birds of Paradise

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Subject: Roosting behaviour of birds of Paradise
From: Phil Gregory <>
Date: Sun, 1 Jan 2017 21:26:36 +0000
Another major blank is the roosting behaviour of paradisaeids, all I can 
unearth is here:
Roosting behaviour of the family is also very little-known and primarily 
anecdotal or incidental observation based, though finding roosting birds in the 
dense forest habitat is very difficult. It is reported that male Wallace’s 
Standardwings will roost above their leks, and Twelve-wired Birds of Paradise 
appear to roost relatively low down. 

That’s it, does anyone have anything to report on roosting behaviour or sites 
for any birds of paradise and bowerbirds ?
Phil Gregory

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