And now, birds recyle plastic!

These nests are proof that birds have levelled up their ecological consciousness by recycling plastic fibers and papers! 
These nests are found by children in my neighborhood in nearby trees, abandoned by birds. They are probably built by passerine birds which are commonly called maya in the Philippines.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/538816963/very-small-authentic-empty-birds-nest?ref=shop_home_active_3

https://www.etsy.com/listing/538816963/very-small-authentic-empty-birds-nest?ref=shop_home_active_3
The photos above are the same nest. You can see a lot of plastic bag and paper that are already disintegrating but woven with the grass strands and twigs beneath the cocoon of the nest, or on its outer, bottom layer. The photo below has the bird owner/builder use minimal strands of plastic, probably from woven plastic sacks.

The birds probably  noted humans need their help with their wastes!

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