Owls Silent Flight

Owls Silent Flight

Did you know that the feather of an owl is unique from other birds?  Other birds produce feathers with straight, crisp edges. An Owl’s flight feathers have fringes at the edges. The owl also has a notch on one of its flight feathers. Both the notch and the fringes...
Solving the Salt Dispersion

Solving the Salt Dispersion

If saltwater covered the world only 4,500 years ago during the worldwide flood, why weren’t all land surfaces spoiled by the resulting salt?  This is a challenge commonly promoted by those who reject any possibility of a global flood upon the Earth because a worldwide...
Feather Weather Frequency

Feather Weather Frequency

Have you considered how birds “hear” blizzards coming?  Birds have exceptional hearing but in a lower frequency range than normal human hearing. Birds can actually hear bad weather approaching. I am sure you have noticed that a day or so prior to a major storm, birds...
Flourishing Forest Fires

Flourishing Forest Fires

How are flames used to reproduce forests?  Fire and forests do not normally mix, yet several species of pine trees seem designed to thrive after forest fires. The mature Ponderosa pine bark looks like thick plates or puzzle pieces. When heated during a forest fire,...
Symbiotic Cleaning Station

Symbiotic Cleaning Station

Have you ever heard of a fish having good hygiene? As fish roam the ocean seeking smaller fish and shrimp to eat, their mouths begin to accumulate food particles. These fish need a toothbrush, and off to the cleaning station they go! Cleaning stations are often set up...
Designed for Flight

Designed for Flight

What makes birds unique for flight?  Sparrows make flight look easy. As a sparrow darts among forest trees, it never touches the branches or leaves. That’s because its feathers are continually adjusting to the surroundings. Side winds are no problem; the feathers are...

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