Bushtit – Psaltriparus minimus – nest

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Nest of bushtitPsaltriparus minimus – Walden Ponds, Boulder, Colorado. The nest to the upper right may be an oriole’s nest. Identifications courtesy of Wild Bird Center, Boulder.

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Ah; “intelligent” design.

Will this get by the “explanatory” filter?

How much “information” in those nests?

Mike Elzinga said:

Ah; “intelligent” design.

Will this get by the “explanatory” filter?

How much “information” in those nests?

When the birds are done with the nest, the bottom is filled with a significant quantity of material which is the moral equivalent of the entire body of intelligent design creationist “information.”

I haven’t seen someone make this sophomoric joke in a while, so…

TITS!!!!!

When the birds are done with the nest, the bottom is filled with a significant quantity of material which is the moral equivalent of the entire body of intelligent design creationist “information.”

The designer forgot to add a chain for the birds to pull. So that makes the nest “bottom-loaded”

I was about to reprimand you for your use of fowl language, but now I see.…

harold said:

I haven’t seen someone make this sophomoric joke in a while, so…

TITS!!!!!

This is nothing. In Europe they are working on the Great Tit genome project. America is sucking hind t…, well, we are behind again.

…well, we are behind again.

A familiar, depressing story these days.

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