Readers’ wildlife photographs

Why Evolution Is True

It looks as if, due to the extreme slowness of internet here, I won’t be able to put up my snaps of India until I return to Chicago. I’m sorry that I can’t document my travels as they occur, but promise to do so post mortem. Bear with me.

My cache of readers’ wildlife photos is back in Chicago, but we can have three today since stalwart Stephen Barnard in Idaho sent one picture of a red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis):


. . . and reader Tim Anderson sent two photos. The first shows a weird Australian bird that, while out of focus, is presented because it includes a recipe:

The Scrub Turkey (Alectura lathami) is a megapode inhabiting Eastern Australian rainforests. It is protected. It builds a nest up to five metres across and a metre high. It will do so in your living room if you let it.


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