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Ecological Studies of the Black Swan III. Behaviour and Social Organisation

LW Braithwaite

Australian Wildlife Research 8(1) 135 - 146
Published: 1981


Aspects of behaviour and social organization in the black swan are outlined and discussed. There is a high degree of flexibility and individualism in social relationships during breeding, which is considered to be of significance in the ecology of the species.

Full text doi:10.1071/WR9810135

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