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Nature Notebook

We’ve had a lot of hot weather lately, and the birds agree. So how do they keep cool or, at least, not so hot? Avoiding activity during the heat of the day is the most important behavior. The birds will use the radiant heat reduction provided by shade-producing plants. They will also take advantage of breezes by spreading their feathers to expose their hot skin.

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