During the dry season, large groups—still gathered in their individual flocks—congregate at a water source. Males… will chaperone a flock made up of one head female and a couple of subordinate females. Females in the flock lay their eggs in the same nest, but the head female usually drives the other females away. The male plays an important role in raising the young, helping build the nest, guarding the eggs, and chasing off predators. Show More
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