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This is a true story. Can you explain this bird behavior?

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Sarina 
Asked at 2011.04.07 02:55:32
I am sitting on my back porch in a rocking chair late in the evening. A bird swoops down and perches on the back of a chair no more than 5 ft away from me. It is a screech owl. I freeze thinking that this is a once in a lifetime experience.

After five minutes or so, I have to move; so I uncross my legs. The bird stays perched. I cross my legs. I begin to rock again. The bird stays perched. I start to talk to the bird, then I sing a tune, then I start to make screech owl bird sounds. The bird doesn't move. After quite a while, I get cold and I want my husband to see this sight. I get up and open the door. The Bird Stays Perched. I get my husband out of bed. We both go to the door, open it and look at the bird. He stays perched.

I begin to walk to my chair again, and he finally flies away.

WHAT would make a screech owl so bold as to stayed perched so close to a moving, talking, singing, mimicing, walking human being for so long?

He even pooped a couple of times while staying perched on the back of the chair while I was sitting there.
answer golden sindy  Answered at 2011.04.07 02:55:32
1st of all, that's TOTAL BS that that is a "tamed owl". People will say anything to explain away the inexplicable to feel comfortable. PLEASE.

WOW, Janet that is AMAZING!!! Google "owl totems" and see if that helps any. It's definitely a sign. Something is definitely coming down the pike.

Him/her pooping on your deck, that's him giving you some of his Owl Power. Cause you'll need it. (according to American Indians)

AWESOME STORY.
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