Luke’s final season of honeyguides

Sep 25, 2018

Luke McClean is back in the field for a final round of fieldwork as part of his PhD thesis examining interactions between honeyguides and their hosts. The focus for this field season will be gathering data to test whether honeyguide chicks can mimic the calls of an entire brood of hosts chicks, and trick their foster parents into feeding them more than a single chick in the nest would otherwise receive.

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