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Co-parenting shorebirds’ defence habits indicate how they divide responsibility

TORONTO, November 25, 2016 – Many species of shorebirds are adept at co-parenting by sharing the responsibility of sitting on their nest of eggs, but an international collaboration of researchers, including a professor from York University’s Glendon College, has found that the amount of time each parent sits on the nest may be determined by […]