When birds started flying into windows and windshields, residents of Gilbert, Minnesota wondered what could possibly cause birds to act so destructively.
Minneapolis Police in Gilbert, Minnesota, have asked residents to be on the lookout for drunken birds "flying into windows, cars and acting confused".
Stiteler, who posts stunning bird pictures to her Facebook page and runs a blog called birdchick.com, created a special "detox tank" for a waxwing who had one too many back in 2013. The young folks, unable to handle the toxins, are especially affected, police warned. One woman recalled having to put her foot to the brakes when a bird collided with her windshield, while another commenter said she noticed three dead birds lying on her deck.
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The convoy of the US First Lady however passed by without any incident and Mrs Trump might have seen the protests. The first ladies also are expected to walk through the gardens and watch a traditional dance performance.
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"I was going to say something.but I thought I was insane!" commented another.
Fermented berries can have the same impact on birds as alcohol does on humans. "They're just careless and they're not looking for cars or other obstacles". The birds go from bush to bush trying to find more berries, their balance getting progressively worse.
As Dodder told The Post, "Sometimes, they just need a bit of time in a quiet setting to recover". "They have actually fallen out of trees on occasion".
Luckily, Techar says that, much like people, the birds will sober up after their berry bender and stop harassing unsuspecting townsfolk. The officials also expect the birds to sober up soon enough. And if you do come across a drunk bird that has survived a collision, Dodder recommends contacting an animal rescue or wildlife rehabilitation center.