Influence of some interactions between fledglings and adults on the food choice in young canaries (Serinus canarius) View Full Text


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DATE

1996-12

AUTHORS

J. C. Cadieu, N. Cadieu

ABSTRACT

The influence of interactions between young canaries (Serinus canarius) and adults on the onset latency of detection, picking up, husking, and eating of seeds was studied in 90 juveniles canaries, aged 28 days, and fed no seeds after their first flight from the nest. The following factors were studied: the ability to cat with the adults, the observation of adult feeding behavior, and the attraction that the adults exert on the young, in 6 experimental treatments, allowing for the isolation or combination of the above factors. The conclusion was made that an attraction for the adults is expressed as a preferential orientation toward them. This attraction accelerates the detection, husking and eating of seeds by the young. Social facilitation and local enhancement resulting from the juvenile observation of adult eating preferences accelerate their picking up and husking seed. Social facilitation is evident only if the attraction toward the adults is not precluded. Social transmission of food preferences which favors the autonomy and emancipation of the young appears to exist in this bird. More... »

PAGES

99-109

Journal

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Journal of Ethology

ISSUE

2

VOLUME

14

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/bf02348867

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02348867

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