Why? Evolution just says that if a trait promotes the ongoing fecundity of a individual over others in it's species then that trait will is statistically more likely, over time, to be passed on and become more prevalent within the species possibly to the point were the trait is an identifying feature of the species.
That includes telepathy (won't buy into that argument, yet). Somehow I don't think Nkisi's telepathy is a reproductive advantage. All it gets the bird is poking and prodding from Sheldrake and not much chance to get laid.
I'd still love to know where you get this stuff from Gunga - are you in a club or something?
Hey! What about Sheldrakes work on morphogenetic fields? He isn't anti-evolution, he just has theories that additional factors drive it.
Are you a morphogenetics apostle? You should look at Kipling's 'Just so' Stories http://www.boop.org/jan/justso/
Sorry about that bit of flippancy, I'm still trying to figure out which camp you're in and who's trumpet you're blowing. Still at least people aren't ignoring you.