|To:||Philip Veerman <>|
|Subject:||Apparent display behaviour of Australian Ravens|
|From:||Michael Lenz <>|
|Date:||Mon, 14 Aug 2017 06:45:48 +0000|
In this pre-laying period it may often be important for the females to obtain additional resources, hence "inviting" the male to feed it (it may go further though...). This quivering is similar to what begging young birds in some species do.
Incubating Pied Currawong females show the same behaviour towards the male before he feeds her.
On 14 August 2017 at 15:08, Philip Veerman <> wrote:
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