Dedicated to the proper EVOLUTION of Nature
After eating breakfast in a McDonalds I went back to my car and just as
I shut my door, on the passenger side a sparrow flew on the window.
He was asking me, " Do you have any food?"
I told him, " Sorry, I ate inside"
This led me to feel how the Evolution of Nature is changing by our hands.
There are two major mechanisms driving evolution. The first is natural selection, a process causing heritable traits that are helpful for survival and reproduction to become more common in a population, and harmful traits to become more rare. This occurs because individuals with advantageous traits are more likely to reproduce, so that more individuals in the next generation inherit these traits. Over many generations, adaptations occur through a combination of successive, small, random changes in traits, and natural selection of those variants best-suited for their environment. In an independent process, genetic drift produces random changes in the frequency of traits in a population. Genetic drift results from the role probability plays in whether a given trait will be passed on as individuals survive and reproduce. Though the changes produced in any one generation by drift and selection are small, differences accumulate with each subsequent generation and can, over time, cause substantial changes in the organisms.
I did a search for BIRDS AT MCDONALDS and found many photos of all types of
birds.. I have seen Sea Gulls which are far from the oceans and yet live in
parking lots of MCDonalds..
Is it better to ignore the askings of these birds or do they do a service
to the environment?
Seagulls belong near water not in the parking lots of fast food places,
this is my opinion as I now believe it's many since there are so many
photos being taken of birds at McDonalds.
One photo even suggested they like us are becoming addicted to the fries,
are they? Are we?
Thank you for reading and I hope this post sets in your conscience
as it has in mine, no more will I throw out fries for the birds..