When the day became shorter and cold, I thought, “What is better to warm up than to talk about the sun?” I usually take a special note on my last restaurant’s patio visit when sitting in the warmth of the sun during lunch with my friends. The warm rolled beard in my skin is very delicious and comfortable, and I am happy to know that birds are also known for sunbathing.
Sunbath has been attracting attention by bird scholars since 1831, when John James Audubon witnessed a great white Heron, an activity. He recorded the wings as if the bird was dislocated. Other birders also have proven the fact that sunlight birds may seem to be sitting and injured without moving on the wings, hanging on the ground. Barders should be careful that people who come across birds in this state will carefully observe the birds before they get in the way.
For each research on this bird’s behavior, more than 50 families are known for sunbathing. It is said that birds such as Shijaku, COR, Pigeon, Finch, Jay, Lark, and Swallows are enjoying sunbathing and sunbathing. However, different bird varieties can be sunburned at various times the day and for various reasons.
It is said that birds are sunbathing on a cold day while sitting on a branch or sitting on the ground to warm the branches for vitamin D. Flying. Birds are sunbathing on a very hot day and can be seen on an open invoice, like a friend of our dog. However, it is said that birds are most important for birds to sunbathe is to remove parasites such as feather spin.
Birds often see the wings plant, and to maintain the health and appearance that directly affects the ability to find the appropriate fellow breeding season. The length of the feather soil is about 1 mm and is made of keratin, the same makeup of bird wings. Removing these troublesome parasites is often difficult to plant, and sunbathing is thought to help birds to prevent parasites. Although it is not fully understood, a specific scientific study shows that sunbathing can kill lice directly, and high temperatures can be moved to make birds easier. increase.
In short, birds do sunbathing to maintain their overall happiness. In addition, understanding this maintenance behavior of a friend with a wing may potentially use it. Birds that are often tanned may carry more parasites. This can not only affect the host’s happiness, but also affect the happiness of people who are closely in contact. Understanding the reactions to the changes in bird behavior and environmental conditions can lead to very necessary insights to ensure certain species of specific species around the world.