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Starling Bird Flying into window

 
Angel17
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Starling Bird Flying into window
Can anyone help me I have had a Starling Bird flying into my sliding glass door repeatedly for 4 days now. It perches on the screen door flys away and than back into the glass. It also appears to peck at the glass. When I scare it off it goes to the front of the house and flys into a double window in the front of the house. It is not a mirrored window reflecting itself or trees. It is not mating season as the season is over. Any thoughts as to the meaning of this. I have heard it means someone is going to die. I feel like I am in the movie "The Birds".
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Can anyone help me I have had a Starling Bird flying into my sliding glass door repeatedly for 4 days now. It perches on the screen door flys away and than back into the glass. It also appears to peck at the glass. When I scare it off it goes to the front of the house and flys into a double window in the front of the house. It is not a mirrored window reflecting itself or trees. It is not mating season as the season is over. Any thoughts as to the meaning of this. I have heard it means someone is going to die. I feel like I am in the movie "The Birds".
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Don't know but three crashed into my car today.
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Re: Starling Bird Flying into window

If you google symbolism of...and type in STARLING
you will be directed to some sites which will have a shared explanation as such;
"STARLINGS" are about behavior in community, family relationships.
Are you clinging to ideas, perceptions..
Time to speak your voice..with unity, communication and sensitivity being the focus, to instill hope and protection.
The balancing of masculine and feminine energies.
I hope this is of some help..or resonates with you, your situation.
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08/11/2015 10:46 AM
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Re: Starling Bird Flying into window
uh oh

bad luck ahoy, and i speak from personal experience
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the staring is conflicted over issues of sibling rivalry, get the bird in for extensive psychoanalysis, it's further lapse into the psychological abyss can be averted, a cure will come in time
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Re: Starling Bird Flying into window
The European Starling is an invasive species. Kill it! Choot it!!!

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08/11/2015 02:45 PM
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Poor thing!! Put some window decals up asap!!!
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08/11/2015 02:55 PM
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Re: Starling Bird Flying into window
Hitchcock

beware
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Re: Starling Bird Flying into window
Poor thing!! Put some window decals up asap!!!
 Quoting: Bebe 46093080


This. Visually break up the large area of glass. I just tape up pictures from magazines on the inside.

I don't know that much about Starlings, but it is possible, if the bird is male, that he his attacking his own reflection in the glass. Male Cardinals do this.
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Re: Starling Bird Flying into window
SupaGlue some seed on a rat trap.

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