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how do tell from from a female bird to a male bird?
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Male birds are the colorful ones. Female birds are rather drab colors.
Its too open a question. As a rule of thumb, birds species with males brighter and more colourful than females will have more than one mate every mating season or a new one every season. The males use the brighter colours to show off to females. Males that look the same as females mean that they mate for life or long periods of time. They already have a long-term mate and therefore don't need to change colour to impress her. Hope this helps.
Usually in the birds species the male are more attractive than the female, this is mainly as to attract the opposite sex.
From a biological outlook, it takes an internal exam by a veterinarian. Other than that, the brighter colors or bolder markings usually distinguish the males from the females. Though those bright colors serve the purpose of attracting a mate, the females coloring serves its purpose too.
Females, in most species of birds, care for the egg-filled nest. Having a drab color provides them with better camoflauge and thus more opportunity to protect their unhatched eggs. This is particularly true for ground nesting birds such as mallard ducks.
Keep in mind that some birds, such as flamingoes, are pink as males or females. Sandhill cranes also have the same color pattern overall.
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