BIO 554/754 Ornithology Nervous System: Brain and Special Senses II Vision - Birds, with the possible exception of diurnal primates (e.g., humans), are the vertebrates which may rely most heavily on vision to function in their environment. The most obvious visually-dependent behavior of birds is flight, but birds also exhibit an impressive range of visually-guided behaviors other than flight, e.g., foraging, predator detection, mate choice. Swamp Harrier (Circus approximans) The avian eye.
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