Here’s a collection of holiday items relating to Darwin and evolution that I’ve posted over the last 5 years or so…
Two holiday card options from Blag Hag:
Paleontologist Thomas Holtz penned “The Twelve Days of Darwin” for Darwin Day in 2009, but it seems appropriate for this time of year, too.
Colin Purrington has a Darwin ornament you can print out and fold then hang on your holiday tree:
Tree from xkcd (a reader has pointed out that this cartoon is not about Darwin/evolution – I thought it was a phylogenetic Christmas tree – but rather a reference to mathematics – binary heap):
Some Darwin Santas:
Snowman evolution, from John Kerschbaum (via Jay Hosler):
Evolution of Santa:
The Heroes of Science ornament collection includes Darwin:
Atheist Christmas Cards has a few of Darwin:
And finally, you could always just take a Darwin fish and place it on your tree:
The Calamities of Nature strip for July 20th:
I’ve had a Darwin fish or two removed from cars in the past. My mom once was questioned by a Bible-wielding Christian at her door, when I lived at home, why she would allow someone who accepts evolution to live in her house. I’ve been de-friended on Facebook by longtime friends and acquaintaneces because of my views, both pro-evolution and anti-creationism.
Maybe this image sums me up well:
It’s drawn by Ainsley Seago (blog), a beetle biologist who has done other wonderful illustrations for past Darwin Days: