Spot's Meow wrote:
I really have no idea why they would do that, I hope it's okay. Did anyone else immediately start singing "come to my window" when they read the thread title? Just me?
I didn't start singing come to my window, but the first thought that came to my mind was that this sounded just like the Windex commercials.
, were the blinds on the window that the bird flew into open or closed? Are there windows on any of the others walls in the same room that had open blinds/drapes? As M'Sharak
pointed out, if the bird can see daylight through it, then it doesn't know that the surface is impervious.
Most outside windows here are tinted anymore, so I don't hear about this happening much, but it does happen from time to time.
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RIP Dad Apr 22, 1942 - Dec 2, 2011