When they’re loud and around, I cannot tell which one is which.
Also at night, I don’t know if it’s lightning or a streetlight blinking.
It pangs me to see birds try to eat shiny wrappers on the street and then drop it disappointed. Then again that’s better than them eating it.
Cutest thing was seeing a squirrel slurping up a pack of mayo!
I’m not sure whether birds are trying to eat shiny things. Birds are fascinated by shiny objects, so they might just be playing with them.
This bird def was trying to eat it. Flew down with such motive, picked it up, disappointed all across his or her face, dropped wrapper, went to a crumb or some food.
Look up how many bird skeletons and cadavers (weird word) they (researchers, humans, people…) find loaded with plastic in their bellies.
Fish are shiny objects and excellent sources of protein, and so are a variety of insects. Plastic is not found in nature. Nor are spaceships.