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Ключевые слова:

Passerines, Bioecology, Avian diversity, Morphological adaptations, Behavioral adaptations, Habitat preferences, Breeding strategies, Migration patterns.


This article explores the bioecology of passerines, commonly known as perching birds or songbirds, within the context of avian diversity. It delves into their morphological and behavioral adaptations, habitat preferences, breeding strategies, and migration patterns. Additionally, the article emphasizes the role of passerines as ecosystem engineers and highlights the conservation challenges they face. Case studies of specific species, such as the Northern Mockingbird and Black-capped Chickadee, provide insights into the adaptability and resourcefulness of passerines. The article concludes by emphasizing the importance of understanding and conserving passerines for biodiversity and ecosystem health.

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Как цитировать

Ollamberganova , M. . (2023). EXPLORING THE LIVES AND HABITATS OF PERCHING BIRDS. Theoretical Aspects in the Formation of Pedagogical Sciences, 2(19), 143–146. извлечено от http://econferences.ru/index.php/tafps/article/view/9691