Birds don't avoid predators the way you might think

To paraphrase Walter Brooke playing Mr. McGuire, in his conversation with Dustin Hoffman's character Ben in The Graduate, "Just one word ... are you listening? ... Plasticity. Its a great future. Enough said."

Read about this interesting new research in my latest post at 10,000 Birds blog!

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