I actually saw this same thing happen in real life. I guess it happens more often than I thought.
I got a knock on the door one day, two kids told me a bird was stuck in my garage’s back window.
I went out and it was a barn swallow, he was exhausted from flopping around in the window trapped behind a piece of cardboard I used as a blind.
I picked him up and took him out into the shade and let him rest and calm down.
He stood up after a couple minutes, and a few minutes later, flew away.
Weeks later I was mowing the lawn and noticed this bird circling my head, closer and closer. It was him.
He came back to thank me, I guess, but he circled me for about 10 minutes as I pushed the lawnmower.
Birds are ancient animals, descended from the dinosaurs.
They can surprise you.
I saw this happen also, we have a large front window overlooking the yard and bird feeders and such.. Anyway heard a bird hit the window one day and I went to look, there was another bird already there, dancing around him flapping his wings at him. We have cats and one was watching from about 20 ft away. The closer the cat got the more the consious bird freaked out, he got him awake and waited for him to fly off before the cat got to them. It was a big eye opener for me. Pretty cool teally!
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