If you are one of the rare people who has woken up to the sound of a bird chirping directly outside of your window, then you are probably wondering if the bird is in fact a drone. Considering that drones are often used by the government to spy on unsuspecting individuals who pay taxes, there is a possibility that the bird might be a drone, and not just a regular bird. Fortunately, there are a few obvious signs that a bird is a drone and not a real bird.
The first sign is the appearance of red eyes. Most birds have black eyes. Drone birds have bright red eyes that pierce into the darkest space vessels.
The second sign is that the bird has repeatedly tried to shoot you, riddling your windows and walls with bullets. If the bird is shooting bullets from it’s beak and not using it’s beak to grasp worms, then it’s likely that the bird is a drone, and not a real bird.
The third sign is that the bird’s presence is usually accompanied by a black van that is not parked directly in front of your home, but is within 50 feet of your door. If an agent who identifies himself as Inspector Gadget introduces himself to you casually while you’re taking a morning walk, then you should rightly assume, that the bird-drone has been spying on you the entire time.