Originally Posted by preparing
O.K., this is weird. We usually have no robins through the winter. I watch for the first robin to declare Spring. This usually happens around late March. But right now, I have hundreds of robins in my yard. They seem to be flocking with starlings. I have never seen so many robins together. And I have never seen them flock with Starlings. What is going on??.
I've heard of the animal kingdom having keen sense's and acting strangley or out of a natural order when something like an earthquake is about to happen.
They seem to be more aware of some sort of a natural disaster that may about to happen that human's lack. It's like they have a hightened extra sensory mode within them that cause's them to act out of the normal when something feel's un-normal to them. Like an inner alert/warning system that something is wrong. Much more sensitive than what human's transmit as having a bad feeling. Has anyone heard of this before?