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May 26th, 2008, 06:13 PM
A few weeks ago there was a Robin that kept flying into the front window of my house over and over again. This bird would repeatedly do this for hours at a time. Sometimes it would go to the bedroom window and just constantly bang into it! Very weird. This went on every day for more than a week. I don't know what happened to it but it's gone now.
The same thing happened where I work about 2 years ago we called animal control and the girl told me that a robin will see its reflection in the window and think it is another male robin and want to fight. It will keep comming back to were it saw that bird untill it thinks it won the fight haha!! Pretty weird we covered the window with paper it finally left!!
May 26th, 2008, 06:53 PM
Seeing snakes on the road shouldnt be a "sign" of anything as it is mating season for snakes in Texas. If it is larger numbers of snakes being seen on the road, that could be attributed to a population increase. The deer being on the move this early in the year is something to take note of however.
Yeah, I've noticed over the years that the freeway has road kill varieties during certain months of: snakes, raccoon, coyotes, deer, spiders, skunks. Some months before Christmas a lot of road kill cars show on the side of the road - all models:pound
May 26th, 2008, 10:48 PM
Edom will remain cursed during the Millennium. Evidently these creatures will remain cursed as well during the Millennium and inhabit the cursed wasteland; perhaps as a reminder to the rest of the world where the curse will be lifted of the destruction sin can cause? :idunno
I don't know about the unicorns, but different Bible versions have different animals listed. :scratch
Ok, that makes sense. :hat
I have no idea about the unicorns? Maybe because it is a "mythical" creature it is sent to the cursed area? Who knows, maybe they exist in the spiritural where we can't see them? :idunno
I guess we'll just have to wait and see on that one? :fear
May 26th, 2008, 10:52 PM
Unicorn is "r'em" in the Hebrew, also translated "wild bull".
Oh, I didn't know that. One never knows with God? If there were dragons perhaps there were also unicorns? :idunno It's most likely one of those, "wait and see which translation it is", type things.
May 27th, 2008, 07:26 AM
Locusts. I'm glad this topic was brought up. The locusts sound weird this year. They sound like alien spaceships in bad space movies. I've never heard them make this sound before.
Anyone else got the 17 year locusts nearby and noticed this?
Glory in print
May 27th, 2008, 08:27 AM
A few weeks ago there was a Robin that kept flying into the front window of my house over and over again. This bird would repeatedly do this for hours at a time. Sometimes it would go to the bedroom window and just constantly bang into it! Very weird. This went on every day for more than a week. I don't know what happened to it but it's gone now.Yeah birds sometimes do that when they see a window where they see there reflection, because they think its another bird...I had a bird that use to fly into my living room window, and used to fly ino my window on my car...On my car the bird use to hit it so hard he would use the bathroom all over my car, I wanted to kill that bird so many times but he finally left...And yesterday I found a dead bird at my grandmothers house it was a very large dove laying under a huge tree his neck was completly broken, I assume this bird flew so hard into that tree that he killed himself.
May 27th, 2008, 09:13 AM
the texas hill country seems to be void of deer (at least where I am)... whitetail and exotics alike
I am not sure where you live, but i know that where my parents live up around Medina and Bandera alot of ranchers have been trapping all the exotics that have been roaming free and putting them on their ranches....i rarely ever see axis deer anymore. White tail are still around but i dont see near as many when i go home to visit as i used to.
May 27th, 2008, 09:24 AM
Boy, 11, Mangled by Eagle in Unexplained Attack in Michigan Woods
COPEMISH, Mich. — An 11-year-old boy has been injured when an eagle attacked him during a walk through the woods in Manistee County, Michigan.
Radio station WKLA reported Alex Birch was attacked by the eagle about 9 p.m. Sunday in Copemish. He was treated at a local hospital for numerous cuts and scratches to his back, head and neck.
It was not clear what led to the attack
May 27th, 2008, 11:24 AM
An 11-year-old boy has been injured when an eagle attacked him during a walk through the woods in Manistee County, Michigan.
He got too close to a nest maybe? I know there is a barn owl with a nest in one of the vehicle bays at work...and when i get there at 6 in the morning im often dive bombed in the parking lot...and im quite a ways away from the actual nest.
Glory in print
May 27th, 2008, 02:41 PM
This is strange..I was reading this thread earlier today then I left in my car went down my street, and I seen a bunch of turtles crawling on the road, in all my years I have never seen that many turtles on the road at the same time.
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