Birds are capable of building nests, even in unusual locations. This only means they can easily adapt to whatever sort of environment they are in. Although not all types of birds build nests, they all have one thing in common. They always look for a safe place, where they can lay and hatch their eggs.
Before it was believed that building a nest was a bird’s innate skill. But, based on recent studies, they improve it along the way.
During the 15th to 16th century, man-made bird houses became popular. And, by the time urbanization and agriculture brought changes to the environment through deforestation and illegal logging, nesting cavities started to diminish. As a solution to this problem, birdhouses were created.
Check out some of these bird nests built in odd places:
A Car in a Parking Lot
On a Statue
On a Pole
On a Wreath
On a Duck Nest
In the Engine of a Mini Bus
On a Dove’s Nest
In a Lamp Post
In a Traffic Cone
Inside a Basket
Do these bird houses look great? Of course, they do. And, they don’t just solve the problems of the decreasing number of nest cavities, they too prove that advancements and nature can be one for good.