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Flycatchers make sounds with their feathers to communicate

A species called the fork-tailed flycatcher, or Tyrannus savanna, vibrate their feathers very quickly to produce a sound, according to a new study published Tuesday in the Integrative and Comparative…

Sounds made by fluttering feathers help fork-tailed flycatchers communicate

Sept. 22 (UPI) — Scientists have added another species to the list of birds that use sounds made with their feathers to communicate. The male fork-tailed flycatcher, a passerine bird…