More about Mockingbird
Mockingbirds in most regions of the world are known for having the ability to imitate the singing from other birds and several other kinds of noises. It is believed that this skill was developed in order to have a more successful feeding in other bird territories, and as a reproductive feature for males.
In the Galapagos there are four different subspecies. All of them are related to a single colonization event, but in four different islands. They are very similar to the other locations species physically. They protect the group and even feed newborns of other individuals of the group. They are omnivores and their curiosity has made them some of the most commonly seen bird of the islands.
Places where you may see this animal:
- Animal Group: Landbirds
- Scientific Name: Mimus parvulus
- Animal Average Size: 25 - 26 cm
- Animal Average Weight: 51 -56 g