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NIMAL B ANIMAL B HAVIOR EHAVIOR
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WHAT IS B • What organisms “do” irst line of interaction b First line of interaction b environment • Numerous examples – Feeding – Habitat selection ommunication Communication – Reproduction, socializing, EHAVIOR? ween animal and etween animal and self-maintenance, etc
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Crossbill Pondero pine con sa es
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Crossbills are special Wander nomadically in coniferous unpredictably-distributed cone cro ized to find cones: forests to locate ps Engelmann spruce with heavy cone crop
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Crossbills also spe and handle c Cros pryi cone Specialized bill, jaw, tongue, musculature Se cialized to extract onifer seeds sbill ng up scale eds
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e Fe Grosbeaks produce a ariety of vocalizations variety of vocalizations ale Evening Grosbeak male Male
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Sound spectro evening gro grams of some sbeak calls
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Why do evening produce these di grosbeaks fferent calls?
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HY IS BE WHY IS BE IMPOR • “PURE SCIENCE” REA ritical to survival and re Critical to survival and re • Internal homeostasis – Temperature – Water/salt balance – Energy balance and nutriti redator avoidance Predator avoidance • Reproduction HAVIOR HAVIOR TANT? SONS roductive success: productive success: on
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HY IS BE WHY IS BE IMPOR • “APPLIED” REASONS nderstanding ourselves Understanding ourselves – Control of pests, diseases onservation Conservation HAVIOR HAVIOR TANT? , etc
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SMALL MEDIUM Type 3: small Type 4: medium Western hemlock (WH) Douglas-fir (DF) Ponderosa BIG Type 2: large Crossbill “ ypes” Types pine (PP)
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LEVELS OF OR Ecosy Comm Popul Indivi Organ s Org Ce Organ Mole GANIZATION stems unities ations duals ystems ans lls elles cules
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