Variation in chick-a-dee calls of tufted titmice, Baeolophus bicolor: note type and individual distinctiveness.

@article{Owens2007VariationIC,
  title={Variation in chick-a-dee calls of tufted titmice, Baeolophus bicolor: note type and individual distinctiveness.},
  author={Jessica Leigh Owens and Todd M. Freeberg},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2007},
  volume={122 2},
  pages={1216-26}
}
The chick-a-dee call of chickadee species (genus Poecile) has been the focus of much research. A great deal is known about the structural complexity and the meaning of variation in notes making up calls in these species. However, little is known about the likely homologous "chick-a-dee" call of the closely related tufted titmouse, Baeolophus bicolor. Tufted titmice are a prime candidate for comparative analyses of the call, because their vocal and social systems share many characteristics with… CONTINUE READING
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