"You've obviously never been through a disaster."<quoted text>
There were no doors and very few windows installed at the time. My ceiling ridge is 14 feet, which is where the birds flew looking for a way out. I didn't have a net or a pole that long, little girl. If they had found the doors again, they would have been free. The sparrow did.
I wonder how many hummingbirds and sparrows the tornado killed.
You've obviously never been through a disaster. You must not ever have built a house. You hang the doors and set the windows when it's time, not because a little birdie strayed in. You seem to be very far removed from reality. Needless to say, I was trying to get a roof back over my head; I had other stuff to worry about other than a couple of fuggin birds.
I haven't done much to my yard, and don't plan to. I've got wildlife habitat out the adze for all the little animals. Consider it restitution, if you want. I hope you can forgive me, like I'm worried if you don't.
Straight line winds came through here a few years ago. Knocked down three giant spruces and a pine in my yard, as well as lots of trees that line the dirt road I live on. One tree grazed my roof and did some damage to the gutter. Yeah, I had other things to worry about too, but the first thing I did was check near and under the trees as best I could for little baby birds that might have fallen from nests.