Scientists create fancy bird helmet to capture blinking mid-flight
Great-tailed grackles inhibit their blinking behavior the most when they are flying.
Animal behaviorist looks through the eyes of peafowl
Males gaze at the bottom portion of their rival’s trains when they assess their rivals.
Male peacock demonstrates the ‘hoot dash display’
Males emit a loud vocalization immediately before mating and this vocalization attracts other female mating partners.
Sharing a peahen’s gaze
Eye-trackers allow us to understand the visual information peahens use to make their mating decisions.
Science with a Cyborg Peahen
Peahens gaze at the lower portions of the male’s train as they assess their mates.