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The eerily quiet was a great clue .. when the little birds go into hiding and go silent, you KNOW there's a predator present. In my yard, I am always very aware of whether the sparrows, finches, starlings, mourning doves are out and about .. if they aren't .. then danger is near. Also, if the crows are going off or if I have a goose here that is sounding off, then there is something wrong in the yard, and I always go see what's going on. Truly .. if the little wild birds in your yard have gone quiet and "disappeared" then you best not let your pigeons out just then.

Terry
That is a great point!...I have done this as we have a bird feeder, when everyone is chirpy and hangin out all is well, when I don't see hide nor feather...look out....my chickens too are real keen...the rooster will make a high pitch sound of warning.
 
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