"It wasn't a lie, it was ineptitude with insufficient cover." Don Draper
We have a two car garage with one of those double doors and sometimes a bird will get in but won't be able to get out.Some birds figure it out pretty quickly that they have to fly down, first, to get below the door when its on the rails but some birds will fly back and forth along the ceiling for an eternity, going from shelf to shelf and resting on top of the door itself, the enormous opening three inches below out of view and inaccessible.That's when it's time for Mr. Rake.Call me the bird whisperer.
But how do people get in when there are no birds around?
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