One of the UK's most widespread songbirds, the Wren, varies in its resilience to winter weather, depending on where it lives in Britain, according to new UEA research.
Biologists have succeeded in teaching wild birds to understand a new language.
Known for their beautiful singing duets, plain wrens of Costa Rica perform precise phrase-by-phrase modifications to the duration between two consecutive phrases, achieving careful coordination as their songs unfold, according ...
Indigenous rangers and the Department of Agriculture and Food have been working with pastoralists to eradicate ornamental rubber vine (Cryptostegia madagascariensis) growing along the river banks at Mount House station in ...
A review paper advocates studying the presence of wrens (Maluridae) in local landscapes to assess the ecological soundness of land management practices.
A male fairy-wren's low pitch song indicates body size, a new international study has shown.
When you're a 10-gram fairy-wren living with the constant threat of being killed and eaten it's important to stay alert, and understanding which calls of other species signal danger can help you stay one step ahead of predators.