According to scientists, birds roamed the Earth for at least 150 million years. During this time, they achieved undeniable dominance in the sky. They have come a long way from their ancestors, the feathered dinosaurs of the Mesozoic era, from 230 million to 63 million years ago.
There are various theories as to how some of these dinosaurs took to the skies and gradually evolved into what we now call birds. One theory is that smaller dinosaurs, in order to protect themselves from the larger predators on earth, began to seek refuge in trees. And, once in the trees, they gradually developed more and more perfect ways of moving between trees, starting with jumping, then gradually sliding and flying.
Initially, humans viewed birds primarily as a food source. Primitive man not only created traps for catching birds for food, but also periodically raided bird nests in search of their eggs. Eventually, instead of raiding wild bird nests, the villagers began raising birds such as chickens and chickens on their lands. This greatly simplified the entire egg collection process.
And then, about four thousand years ago, we started treating some birds as pets and companions. Looking at artifacts from Ancient Egypt, one can see the poultry cages that were used to house poultry. These were birds known mainly for their beauty. Apparently, at the time, poultry was something of a status symbol.
Over the years, it has become popular to breed certain species of birds specifically for use as pets. The canary is a perfect example. The other is a parrot. But even as bird ownership became more popular, millions of people became interested in how birds live in the wild. And as a result of this interest, bird watching or bird watching has become one of the most popular hobbies in the country and around the world.
Exotic birds like the عظم الهدهد have always attracted the attention of mankind. Wild birds are the embodiment of freedom. They float across the sky without masters and do what they want. They are truly impossible to tame. Even those who use falcons for hunting know that these species of birds can become vicious and unpredictable if not properly treated and trained. It can take عظم الهدهد years to settle down. Maybe that’s why you don’t see many people trying to keep these pets. In the middle Ages, lords became falconers.
Today birds are one of our best friends in the animal kingdom. They are doing us a great service in helping us control insect populations that would otherwise invade us or force us to use millions of tons of pesticides. In addition, they are essential for the pollination of many plants. And they helped spread plant seeds everywhere and are generally responsible for the original creation of many of the world’s forests.