Notes from the Panorama of Science: Bird Nest Lessons; Creation Perspectives in Avian Ecology


There shall the great owl make her nest, and lay, and hatch, and gather under her shadow. (Isaiah 34:15a) NEST—this simple word “nest” represents an enormously important part of a bird’s early life, as well as critical times in the life of a bird family. A baby bird’s beginning is experienced inside a nest. From embryonic egg to hatchling, from hatchling to fledgling, a baby bird’s life adventures are “hatched” inside a nest of some kind. Consequently, nests are the childhood homes to young nestling birds, plus parent birds repeat their multi-generational nest life as they reproduce and nurture the next generation of their own kind

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