“As the population of the critically endangered regent honeyeater plummeted over the years, some young birds could no longer find older ones to teach them to sing, a new study reports. As a result, the birds have failed to learn the songs they need for courtship and other evolutionary business.” NYT: How Does That Song Go? This Bird Couldn’t Say. “We find that some males, if they’re not paired, just spend all their day singing, looking for a mate.” (These birds are basically reliving my college experience…)