Intelligent Design and Innate Behaviour
Instincts, ie innate behaviour, how do spiders know how to build their webs? How do birds know how to build nests? How to termites, ants and bees know how to do what it is they do seemingly without being taught?
To Intelligent Design that is all part of an organisms operating system, ie the non-material information that not only makes the organism what it is but also provides the organism with the basic information it needs to do what it needs to do to survive. The rest of an organism's information comes from doing and hopefully learning by doing- trial and error.
What? It ain't the genes? No, genes only influence behaviour by causing chemical imbalances. A messed up gene is like a messed up data stream.
Genes do not determine what the organism is but they can influence how any given organism will behave. The key word is influence.