Observational learning in great, blue and marsh tits

@article{Sasvri1979ObservationalLI,
  title={Observational learning in great, blue and marsh tits},
  author={Lajos Sasv{\'a}ri},
  journal={Animal Behaviour},
  year={1979},
  volume={27},
  pages={767-771}
}
Great tits (Parus major L.), blue tits (P. caeruleus) and marsh tits (P. palustris) were compared with respect to their ability to learn food finding from other individuals . The great tits were more successful than the other two species. This seems to be related to difference in adaptability in the wild, where the great tit is the most successful of the three species in urban environments . Recent laboratory experiments on birds have used wild species as well as domesticated ones . Among these… CONTINUE READING

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