How do blackbirds (or any bird for that matter), see us?
It`s something that I wondered this evening as I watched one on the lawn, digging his beak into the ground for worms or insects. He came quite close to me and seemed quite unafraid.
Do we look giants to them?
Or do their eyes magnify so that we look in proportion?
Do they actually `see` in the way we see, or do they just define shapes?
I`m sure that if I was the size of the blackbird and something the size of me (and no, I`m not a heavyweight! or extra tall or wide!) came close I`d be very frightened.
So why aren`t they?