A Facts You Never Knew About Birds In Vents
Birds build their nests in different places. There are around 9,000 species of birds in the world, each building their nests differently. Some build their nests on the ground, some on trees, some in holes, some in old cars, some inside your belly button and some on top of your head! Birds use their saliva to build their nests. Each bird species has its own saliva. Therefore, the saliva differs in consistency and properties. So, if you want to know what bird built the nest, you can look at the saliva. Analysis shows the following uses of saliva in nest building: Insecticidal properties, adhesive properties, water control, anti-microbial properties, anti-fungal properties, and insecticidal properties. This way, a bird's nest is a safe place for the baby birds and a good place for them to grow up.