BIRDS , when they catch sight of me through the window, SEEM NOT TO BE CONCERNED. But should I venture out. they scatter like, well, pigeons I guess. It suggests that they are somehow aware, that I can not harm them from behind the glass. ti’s As if they “know ” it is I who is caged and pose no problem. tHE LITTLE BIRDS ARE AWARE THAT i can not pass through the IMPENETRABLE wall of glass.
oddly though, some birds foolishly attempt to pass through the window.
I HAVE HEARD THAT SOUND OF A BIRD THUMPING INTO MY WINDOW MANY TIMES. completely oblivious to the danger, they make the biggest mistake of theIR OH SO BRIEF lives.
PERHAPS BEING CHASED BY THE sPARROW hAWK,
PANIC STRICKEN, may be THEY FORGET ABOUT THE PERIL AHEAD AND A broken neck always the cause of death.
so i am thinking now, if you know something is IMPENETRABLE. WHY TRY FLYING THROUGH IT. beats me may be that is why i am running into brick walls of late.
WHAT VISITS MY GARDEN.
- Blackbird. “Nesting”
- Robin. “Nesting”
- Dunnock. “Nesting”
- Wood pigeon. “Nested”
- Sparrow Hawk.
- Wren. Nested.
- Snow Bunting.
- Kenny 🙂