Antbirds are monogamous

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Re: Antbirds are monogamous

Post  heroisthai on Tue Jan 18, 2011 6:16 am

Antbirds are monogamous, mate for life and defend territories. They usually lay two eggs in a nest that is either suspended from branches or supported on a branch, stump or mound on the ground. Both parents share the tasks of incubation and of brooding and feeding the nestlings. After fledging, each parent cares exclusively for one chick.





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