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Observation of feeding behaviour in birds

Please help us with our research. Have you seen a bird behaving interestingly at the bird table or in the wild while looking for food? If it was a chickadee, titmouse or another member of the family Paridae, we are particularly interested in your observation.

Write about your observation as clear as possible.
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Anders Brodin

Anders Brodin is a Professor in theoretical ecology at Lund University, Sweden. He has studied foraging and cognition in birds for over 40 years, especially in the family Paridae, tits, titmice and chickadees.

More about Anders Brodin's research in Lund University Research Portal.