Essay On Bird Birds

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Birds hold particular significance in the Bible. They often serve as messages for man, and they carry messages to man. For instance, Noah used a raven and a dove to bring back signs of the possible end of the flood’s judgment (Genesis 8:6–12). When The LORD Jesus was baptized, “The Holy Spirit descended upon Him in the form of a dove (Matthew 3:16).” Throughout the Bible, birds are generally seen as positive symbols of the presence and forgiving grace of God. But sometimes they are also symbols of judgment.

Thus, the disappearance of bird species around the world is a dangerously prophetic signal for the future of mankind. At the rate that bird species are now disappearing around the Earth, it would take another Noah’s Ark to save what
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For instance, the Endangered Species Guide/Endangered Birds insists, “Of the nearly ten thousand described bird species, over 1,200 are listed as threatened or endangered by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN). Some are facing seemingly hopeless battles while others are recovering from decades of decline. The future hangs in the balance for many of our feathered friends.”

Bye-Bye Birdies: Another Global Warming Disaster

An innumerable number of bird species in the United States today slide quickly into extinction, and very little is done to change this deadly direction. Former Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, laments: “Just as they were when Rachel Carson published ‘Silent Spring’ nearly fifty years ago, birds today are a bellwether of the health of land, water and ecosystems.” More specifically, he explains: “From shorebirds in New England to warblers in Michigan to songbirds in Hawaii, we are seeing disturbing downward population trends that should set off environmental alarm bells.”

Different government agencies, as well as non-government non-profit companies, disagree on the number and types of birds that have gone into extinction, or are about to do so. In their Endangered Species Glossary, the US Fish and Wildlife Service defines potential bird loss

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