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Why has a bird been following me around my house (from the outside ) for months?

  1. laurenmay8 profile image60
    laurenmay8posted 17 months ago

    Why has a bird been following me around my house (from the outside ) for months?

    Since early November we have had a little bird pecking and fluttering around our house from window to window. He seems to be looking for me at times. This has been going on for well over a month now. He's not flying into any windows, just pecking at them and fluttering. He also "yells" at me from time to time from a tree in our yard when I am outside. What is this??

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  2. threekeys profile image80
    threekeysposted 17 months ago

    Is everything okay at home? Everyone healthy?  Is there some attitude or conflict that needs your attention at home or in your life? I feel this bird is looking out for you.  While I am yet to be sold on reincarnation, maybe this soul knows your soul on some level. I would befriend him. Welcome him into your home. That's what I would do...animals hear sound we don't...they are run by their instincts and kinesthetic ways. I'd find out what bird it is and look up its totem meaning.

  3. Express10 profile image89
    Express10posted 17 months ago

    Depending on how old the bird is, it may think you are it's parent if you are the first living and moving thing it saw simply because you are larger and can protect it. I can say from experience as well that some animals seek out certain people such as those with golden/kind hearts. I have seen animals such as horses nipping and kicking one another to "fight" for the attention of a human with a golden/kind heart. Neither of these are bad things, sooner or later the bird will change it's habits or may find the attention of a mate and move on. I would be very excited to see the bird and enjoy it while it lasts smile

 
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