Why do you keep assuming birds have no means of manual dexterity? Did you sleep through your zoology classes or something?
Also, considering that many of them already have physical traits that allow them manual labor capabilities already equal to shovels and knives, and are already capable of weaving containers and structure themselves, thus making a potter's wheel pointless, they can easily adjust to a decent level of civilization>>62013719>They would shatter a bulb. They aren't nearly dexterous enough to hand such a delicate object.
You're full of shit. Many birds have a level of tactile sense to modulate gripping strength. Further, we can also assume that increased cognitive awareness as originally supposed in the OP can also further improve this capacity for active tactile sense and adjustment. Please stop taking your biology lessons from a cereal box, you're just emberassing yourself.>Besides, their feet cannot reach above their heads, which is a must for changing a bulb
Many species can though, and otherwise their ability to manuever in 3d space and the capacity to cling to difficult surfaced and cielings (especially in the case of pendulous nest builders and adhesive cliff nesters such as swallows) can easily degate this issue>Range of motion
Again, also completely and utter wrong.
Please stop talking. It's clear you have no actual knowledge of the field of ornithology, and all your bitching and constant moaning about "much human form" makes you come across as a cancerous HFYfag