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The beak and tail began to contact the substrate at 45° inclination. The use of the beak became ubiquitous during vertical climbing. Accordingly, inclination had a significant (χ2 = 76.48, d.f. = 8, p < 0.001) influence on the frequency of tail and beak use during locomotion. Use of the wings to assist ascent was not observed

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We have an aggressive bird that dive-bombs us when we walk through our front yard, which is at least 2 or 3 times a day. I’m guessing the bird has a nest somewhere nearby, given the time of year. When it’s not dive-bombing us we can see it from inside strutting around and lifting it’s wings like “whatchu gonna do, huh?” even when nobody is around. 

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