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The Last Call BI5683

Birds are known to be active during the day and sleep at night, but it's not uncommon to hear them chirping at night, especially during spring. This is due to the dawn and dusk chorus, a way for birds to communicate and establish territories. Some birds, such as owls and nightjars, are nocturnal and are active at night.
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Birds are known to be active during the day and sleep at night, but it's not uncommon to hear them chirping at night, especially during spring. This is due to the dawn and dusk chorus, a way for birds to communicate and establish territories. Some birds, such as owls and nightjars, are nocturnal and are active at night.