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Originally posted by Elostone
Talk about synchronicity!
As I am sitting in my kitchen , reading this thread, a hummingbird flew into my house through my open door, buzzed around, landed on my kitchen counter. It sat there and looked at me 4 feet away for about 10 seconds, then flew back out the door! That has NEVER happened before!
Just thought I'd share...
ETA: hahaha I just went to check my feeders...they're empty! Smart little hummer was just letting me know!edit on 21-5-2012 by Elostone because: (no reason given)
i have been noticing that birds wait for cars to almost totally ****ing run them over until flying away.
Originally posted by tport17
My husband and I have noticed birds chirping at weird hours, and we have commented on it a few times. It will be 12, 1, 2, 3 am and birds are out. I am also well aware of night bird sounds in our area, and these are morning chirps.
Originally posted by sirric
Along these lines, we have a resident Mocking bird that won't shut up. The wife and I joke about it cause my cat and the bird are both screaming for no real reason we can see. It is squawking away non-stop all day and night above our house on our chimney which echo's into our house.
Originally posted by spoonbender
The animals like
squirrels, chipmunks, Canadian Geese...
have probably been Fed by Humans...
therefore have no real fear to run away .
Animals are looking for a Hand out
Hello people, I have decided to post you some information on something that is, at this present moment in time, terrifying me.
Over the last few months I have noticed a large increase in the amount of Squirrels we have around our estate. Now, I know what you might be doing and please, bear with me here. Since December last year the Squirrel population seems to have increased ten fold. I know that they are cute and, at the beginning, it was quite good to see all of these little guys running around. Now it is not good. I, and a couple of other people have noticed that they are getting a bit, um, violent. You know, moree aggressive than they ought to be. We're all running a bit scared around here and the local council has said it will be dealt with, but they aren't actually doing anything and they won't unless the problem spreads inside our homes. Incidentally one of my neighbours had some nesting in their loft, but of course after that was dealt with (a week and a half later after she called) nothing else was done for the rest of us,
We're wondering about taking the matter into our own hands but I'm the only one with something against that: I don't think I could handle hurting something so small and fluffy. I mean I'm over six foot tall but still, there are gentle giants.
Does anyone have anything that they would like to share, you know, to help out with this problem? I will take any comments on board.
Ramadwarf on terror
Originally posted by FissionSurplus
There was a thread on this subject around 3 - 4 weeks ago. People are noticing strange behavior in wild animals, especially birds.
I can vouch for the fact that the birds that spend the spring in our trees before heading north are acting ditzy. They sit in the grass and my cats just walk up and catch them. We have had a herd of mule deer take up residence around our property, and they follow me around as I walk outside...at a distance, of course, but they seem like they want to come over and say hello. Mule deer around here are not used to people, it's a very sparsely-populated area, so for them to even get close enough for me to see them in detail is weird. Naturally I am delighted because they are large and beautiful, but it is odd.
The birds are stupid and aren't taking care of themselves properly. The deer have lost their fear. Perhaps there is something going on with our magnetic field which is throwing the birds off, because they rely on it for migration. Same thing with deer.
I have also noticed birds that sing during the day are now singing all night long, which is strange. Same bird song, so it's not different birds.
I keep thinking about the Schumann Resonance, which is the vibration of the earth in cycles per second:
Supposedly, we are now around 12 Hz, after thousands of years at 7.8. Theoretically, when it reaches 13 Hz, the earth will reverse its poles and/or actually reverse the direction in which it spins. I'm not sure that's true, because if we were so close to the 13 Hz stopping point, we would be rotating much slower.
Something is definitely different, however. I guess, we need to keep our eyes on the animals.