How an endangered Australian songbird is forgetting its love songs

How an endangered Australian songbird is forgetting its love songs

New study suggests young regent honeyeaters are not getting the chance to learn mating calls

What happens to a species if the music starts to die, or when their songs become corrupted or their singers have never heard the original tunes?

A new study has found that a loss of melody and song could be a bad sign for one of Australia’s rarest songbirds – the regent honeyeater.

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