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I alway saw only one at a time and checking the pictures later with my book, all photographed birds are female - one can judge that by the colour of the throat. Males have a black, females a white throat.The birds are territorial and will attack anyone disturbing what they regard as their property. And: the couples sing duets. Males and females will sing the same song in quick sequences so the dull human ear will hardly notice which bird sings when.