So this occurred subsequent to my home. I’m questioning what this implies?

So this occurred subsequent to my home. I’m questioning what this implies?

So this occurred subsequent to my home. I’m questioning what this implies?

5 thoughts on “So this occurred subsequent to my home. I’m questioning what this implies?”

  1. Starlings are not native to North America and have been introduced from much more temperate climates, which may give some indication as to why the lead bird may have crashed, causing the rest of the murmuration (aka flock) to follow. They are flock birds, they instinctively follow the lead bird, even if it crashes into the ground (which is admittedly rare, but by no means an isolated incident, or indication that the flock was poisoned).

    I would suggest that you perhaps ask r/Ornithology for a more comprehensive answer.

  2. An air pocket could have caused it, but I get why you’d be worried, and it’s not great juju. I see these things as constant reminders of the damage we’re doing to the earth. The only thing I’d recommend is just getting more spiritual and doing what you can to save the world, even in tiny ways

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