It is interesting to think that the closest living relatives to dinosaurs are not lizards, but birds. This article from Scientific American
opened my eyes to this fact. Interestingly enough, the more I learn about birds the cooler they become. Modern day birds are continually adapting to their surroundings and it is this ability that ensures their survival in cities where glass and concrete dominate the landscape. In your opinion what are some of the things that humans can do to help birds in urban settings so they do not end up extinct like their distant relatives?