Sometimes people type words into Google, Bing, Yahoo, or other nonsense words masquerading as search engines. Sometimes those words lead them to my blog. Here are some search terms that I think would make sense for leading people to Tough Little Birds: “animal behavior,” “dark eyed junco,” “scary birds,” “bird science blog,” etc.
Here is what people are actually searching to end up at my blog: “is a gecko a bird.”
So, as I blog to please you, dear readers, I will now attempt to respond to some of the actual search terms that have led people to TLB.
Q: is a gecko a bird
A: No. Both geckos and birds are reptiles, though, if that makes you feel better.
Q: what do birds look like
A: Birds look like tiny dinosaurs all covered in feathers, like so:
Except sometimes they look like other objects all covered in feathers. For example, this one looks like a baseball all covered in feathers:
Q: will a house wren leave her babies if human
I don’t know of any cases of House Wrens transforming, selkie-like, into humans. However I would speculate that if a House Wren did turn into a human, she would still try to care for her babies, as even humans can see that baby House Wrens are adorable:
Alternatively, if you’re asking whether a House Wren would leave her babies if the babies were human, I would guess that yes, she would. A House Wren is much smaller than a human baby and might get crushed by it, so I don’t think she would stick around.
Q: junco, spirit animal meaning
A: A junco as spirit animal indicates that you should avoid guillotines and axes, as the junco’s dark hood suggests that you may be subconsciously drawn to executioners.
Caveat: I don’t actually know what a spirit animal is.
Q: why i cant enter giant nest
A: I don’t see any reason why you can’t enter a giant nest. However, you might want to to first check that it does not belong to a giant spider, a giant bird of prey, giant ants, or… on second thought, maybe you shouldn’t enter the giant nest.
Okay! I hope that was helpful, search engine searchers!