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Male regent bowerbirds are mostly solitary however they will congregate when trees are rich with berries. During courting, which is usually performed around the males bower, they are highly combative with intruders.
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Male regent bowerbirds are mostly solitary however they will congregate when trees are rich with berries.  During courting, which is usually performed around the males bower, they are highly combative with intruders.