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Re: Canada's WWD website

>>However, drab coloration is generally better than gaudy colors if you
want to be inconspicuous.<<

But the feathers of male songbirds are very brightly colored.  A conspicuous
male must be very good at avoiding predators if he's still alive without the
benefit of camouflage.  Why doesn't the same apply to birds of prey?