Some interesting research on the impact of conspicuous plumage on predation rates

see www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/04/190402164509.htm

Summary: Biologists have examined the factors that drive the predation levels of Australia’s fairy wrens. After measuring attack rates on both conspicuously and dull colored 3D fairy wren models in various habitats, they found that bright or ‘conspicuous’ plumage is not associated with an increase in predation.

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