Many birds live in flocks, and each bird species has its own
a flock. But this rule does not apply to the Amazon: here the birds are different
species gather in mixed flocks, and such a community is very
You find yourself in a certain habitat of birds in the Amazon through
twenty years old, says University of California Vance professor
Vredenburg (Vance Friedenburg), and to your surprise you notice that
on the same areas of the forest all the same flocks, all with the same set of different
bird species. Why is that?