Aside from that being a supah cooyoote sparrow up there. I have some actual sciencey knowledge to pass on that I thought was cool. Female birds who whilst ovulating are exposed to predators seem to pass on a remarkable trait to their offspring. The offspring of these birds start off smaller, however what happens is that their wings grow both faster and longer than that of birds whose mothers were predator free. Other studies have also shown that young birds are ushered out of the nest faster than those of birds in predator free conditions presumably to stop them from being sitting ducks.

Aside from that being a supah cooyoote sparrow up there. I have some actual sciencey knowledge to pass on that I thought was cool. Female birds who whilst ovulating are exposed to predators seem to pass on a remarkable trait to their offspring. The offspring of these birds start off smaller, however what happens is that their wings grow both faster and longer than that of birds whose mothers were predator free. Other studies have also shown that young birds are ushered out of the nest faster than those of birds in predator free conditions presumably to stop them from being sitting ducks.