Data from: Why do females sing? Pair communication and other song functions in eastern bluebirds.

Rose E, Coss D, Haines C, Danquah S, Studds C, Omland K

Date Published: July 10, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.22rn7b7

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Title Why Do Females Sing_Pair Communication and Other Song Functions in Eastern Bluebirds DATA
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Description This spreadsheet contains the behavioral and song responses of male and female Eastern Bluebirds during various mount presentations. The first tab contains this information within three seconds of each female song. The second tab contains this information ten seconds prior to each female song. The third tab contains a separate data set. This third set of data contains the number of songs female sang in set blocks of time. We used this to calculate changes in female song rate. Further descriptions can be found within the text of each tab.
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