What does it mean when a bird keeps tapping on the window trying to get in?
This is a wild bird, not a pet. It is brown with a thin beak and the size of a blackbird.
tHEY ARE WANTING TO TELL YOU OF SOMEONE WHO DIED RECENTLY,NOT ALAWAYS A BAD THING, IT'S ALL ON HOW YOU SEE THINGS.iT'S NOT ALWAYS THAT EITHER,SOMETIMES THEY WANT TO TELL U SOMETHING HOLY WANTS TO ANSWER A QUESTION U ASK SILENTY IN YOUR SPIRIT.tHE MESSAGE IS PRBOBALY THAT U HAVE BEEN FORGIVE U HAVEN'T 4-GIVEN YOURSELF~dON'T BE ALARMED U CAN TELL HIM/THEM TO STOP.oR DID U FEED THEM LATELY? THIS IS ONE OF THE WAYS I GET MESSAGES.I GET THEM OTHER WAYS TOO.I HAVE GOTTEN USE TO IT. IT'S MY NORMAL NOW. YOU HAVE WHATEVER I HAVE,GO WITH IT OR DON'T.My name is Nancy~I hoped i helped in some small way.I'm not here to scare you,i just felt you needed an answer...
WE have a courting pair tapping on our windows every day. One also taps in the car mirror outside. I think they may be trying to connect with the bird reflection they see.
I had a mocking bird once that after it ate some crumbs I left out, would began waiting fo r me to leave the house. It would be in the strangest places like on the eave of the roof looking down or sometimes on the top step looking in to the house. The most amazing thing that happened though was while going to my car one time it flew off a low hanging branch near the auto and began circling very closely around my head like a hummingbird. There's more to these creatures than many think.
hate to say it, but I got to go with b4u2 on this one, death related for sure.
Our family tradition said that if a bird got into the house, there would be a death in the very near future (to someone close to the family, or in the family)*
*aren't these family tales comforting?
For the death thing, I think it has to be a specific black bird like a crow no?
We have the same problem, everyday at 6 o'clock, this tiny little red bird knocks on our window making our dog bark...very nice....I am a vegetarian since i was young and can't remember ever killing an animal but I am very tempted on Sunday mornings...:-)
I honestly think they see some reflection on the window ...not sure.. would love to hear how anybody who has solved this problem WITHOUT harming these little creatures.
maybe he/she is homeless & is hungry or may b likes what ur eating. May b he wants 2 make u his pet.
Normally, this behavior is a response to the reflection in the window or mirror.
TouTube..has a few videos, showing birds 'tapping nad trying to get into the house'. Interesting to watch how persistent they can be about tyring to come inside. I'm not sure if there is a legend or myth behind what they are doing. It could mean its mating season, and they want food or shelter or protection. To different people the meanings can vary!
It means the bird wants to get in!
You must be a good person to have an animal do this.
I would be feeding it and encouraging it as much as possible.
It simply sees its reflection in the window and is threatened by it. Is there a nest nearby? This happened to me at work outside my classroom. The bird had a nest in the tree outside the window. The bird was simply protecting its nest and eggs from what it thought was another bird hovering near its home.
When I lived with my grandmother years ago, we had a bird (a robin, I think) that kept running into our window, off and on all day long, 'thump, thump, thump...' was what we heard. At that time, we had two babies that were due to be born in a week or two. This bird kept this up everyday, off and on, and didn't stop until the day the first baby was born. Then, we never heard it again. But blackbirds are supposed to be a sign of impending doom/bad luck, or death. Buzzards are also a sign of death, in my experience.
First up, there's no way to identify whether it's the same bird or not. However, let's consider that it's the same bird. So, there must be something it wants to indicate. I mean a presence or danger. If it's not the same bird, then there must be bird stuck in your house. XD. Or else why would a bird do so?
Birds flying into windows (house or car) are also supposed to bring news of death. Birds looking in the windows or tapping at windows can mean a death is coming. It can also mean that the bird is simply seeing its reflection in the window and interacting with the bird it sees. it could also be the bird is just trying to pass through but because they can't see glass they tried to pass the window again and again.
It means to show his/her love or emotional attrection to some one else...may be his/her fallow bird or things to eat.. or a search of place to hatching eggs
I would imagine that something wow passionate is trying to enter into your life but I'm open to other answers.
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