Macaws may communicate visually with 'blushing,' ruffled feathers: Facial feathers and blushing may signal positive social interactions

Macaws may communicate visually with 'blushing,' ruffled feathers: Facial feathers and blushing may signal positive social interactions

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Parrots -- highly intelligent and highly verbal -- may also ruffle their head feathers and blush to communicate visually, according to a new study. The study extends the understanding of the complex social lives of these remarkable birds.

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