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Old 06-09-2018, 01:44 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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We had one fly into our house the other day. My wife's Bichon just sat and looked at the bird until it finally flew out the open door and sat on the steps of the porch. Bella, then went and sniffed the bird, but other than that did not show any aggression towards the bird. She loves to watch the turkeys come up onto the road that runs from one end of the property to the other in front of the house, and then whines when they leave to go about their business.
Sitting in my living room one day I kept hearing a "tink tink tink" sound in the kitchen, but every time I went in, it stopped. Finally I just stood quietly and waited. It was a large mockingbird, head down in an iced tea glass in the sink. I took him outside and tipped him out of the glass and he flew away. Apparently one of the cats caught him and brought him in and turned him loose.
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We have a bluebird hen that does this. Maybe she wants to nest inside?
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Old 06-15-2018, 11:04 PM   #23 (permalink)
 
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I have the same problem every year. Daughter hate it. It starts on her bedroom window at 6am


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