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Supposedly, When you just got home and heard a strange rustling sound in the corner of your living room. Or maybe you walk out onto your screened-in porch to find a panicked, flailing bird hurling itself into the walls. This blog will help you keep your cool in this situation so that you and the bird can get on with your day safely.

Points to Remember While Chasing a Bird:

When the bird notices you entering space, it will be tempted to flee as soon as possible, even if it means flying deeper into your home. Close all room doors to prevent the bird from flying into every room of your home. When the bird realizes it can’t leave that particular room, it will be easier for it to find an exit.

If the bird is in a room with no clear exit, try holding up a large sheet with both arms and herding the bird into a better room of the house. Do not use a broom or any other long-handled object to disturb the bird.

This will undoubtedly disappoint your cat, but having additional animals in the room will only heighten the bird’s anxiety. You also don’t want to risk spreading disease to your house pet if it attacks the bird.

Close all window curtains and turn off all lights except the one where the bird will be leaving (such as an open door or window). The bird will naturally avoid darkened areas and will use the light near the exit as a beacon to help it find its way out.

If the bird appears to be panicked and beating its wings while flying erratically, you may be tempted to yell, scream, or strike it immediately. However, this will only increase the bird’s fear and possibly cause damage to your home.

Remember that you are in your natural habitat, whereas the bird is terrified and confused. Maintain your cool while closing off additional lights and room entrances.

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Another method for chasing a bird is to remove household pets (particularly cats and dogs) from the room. Although this will undoubtedly disappoint your cat, having additional animals in the room will only heighten the bird’s anxiety. You also don’t want to risk spreading disease to your house pet if it attacks the bird. Furthermore, if the birds see any other creature or animal in the room through the window, they will become terrified.

Even though birds are afraid of crowded or lit areas, place a single point of light near the exit. Close all window curtains and turn off all lights except the one from which the bird will depart (such as an open door or window). The bird will instinctively avoid darkened areas and will use the light near the exit as a beacon to guide it out.

The most important task is to maintain your cool. If the bird appears to be panicked and beating its wings while flying erratically, you may be tempted to yell, scream, or strike it immediately. However, this will only increase the bird’s fear and possibly cause damage to your home. Keep in mind that you are in your natural habitat, whereas the bird is terrified and confused. Maintain your cool while closing off additional lights and room entrances.

FAQs (Frequently Ask Questions)

How do you catch a scared bird?

Some birds can bite hard (Northern Cardinals), others can stab (Hairy Woodpeckers), and still, others can make frightening noises, but most cannot cause serious harm to humans. Birds do not carry rabies and are more likely to catch something from us than vice versa. As a precaution, wash your hands after handling a bird.

How can birds come near us?

· Proving water by keeping it near the shelter

· Planting trees and plants as much as possible

· Get pest control in your backyard so that bird comes very often

· Keep away dead plants and trees

· Build nests in the trees around you

· Get rid of invasive plants in your wildlife habitat

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