Should this be taken seriously?
Maybe I've just notice, and they've always been there, but I can't help, but feel it should be taken into account. Let's cut to the chase, latterly I've been seeing Myna birds, and magpie - larks, a lot. Now this could mean, it's spring over here in Australia, but every time I see these birds, I see them in the same spots, looking right at me. Not a worm that went pass their feet, or another bird in the sky, but they spot me for just,a long three seconds, or more, and then, they fly of. Almost to say, hello were here, pay attention.
I can't remember the date, or the day I first began to notice than, but I do remember the event. I was walking up the driveway, when bird poop (yes I know, gross) landed on my head. Thanafter I washed it off, and went back outside, there were three birds, watching me, sitting on the roof. Two Myna birds, and one Magpie- lark, sitting in between them. Naturally, I just went. Oh that's cool, and carried about my day.
I'm seeing them a lot more, Myna birds, sitting on the fence. While I feed the dogs. Magpie- larks out the front, sitting on the rail. Normally Myna birds don't bother me. They just go off, and do their own thing. Magpie - Larks, are often quite shy, and fly away before I even get three inches near them, but they let me get close. Let me take a good glance, and fly so close too my face. That I really can't ignore this anymore, and go. Oh, pretty bird.
Does anyone have any idea if this is meant to be taken seriously? Like some kind of warning. Or are they just that, birds flying pass me?Ps. Sorry for the long message. I don't do short.