Any ornithologists here? I’m just curious as to whether male eagles (or any bird for that matter) tend to do incubating duties? We usually read “mama bird” doing XYZ but I know that lots of birds do form parental units as well, but never put my mind to wondering how those family units are structured and how labour is divided.
You should google And Tango Makes Three. The story of a couple of gay male penguins who hatched an egg and had a happy family.
christo-facists have exploding head syndrome
about it and the book is banned every place tiny
minds can dominate. The birds on the hand couldn’t
give a shit less what right-wingers think
I believe most birds take it in turns. While papa sits on the eggs, mama can go and feed herself and vice versa.
Someone warn the conservatives that bald eagles have gone woke.
They could auction Murphy’s Rock to fund the sanctuary.
Right? They say it’s unnatural… yet Nature has other ideas.
He did get a chick.
I think lots alternate. I’ve heard eagles take turns but I don’t know for sure. My emu rancher friends tell me it’s only the male emus who sit the eggs.
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