trying to feed the friendly emu's at a nature park, out of nowhere a flock of maggies came down and swooped my friend. she ran off to safety, leaving me in the firing line of the horrible beasts. got scratches all over my shoulders. poor emus just wanted some bread, instead they got a show of two girls screaming and batting away the fucking insane birds that curse our land.
Just walking to work, minding my own business and it comes down and squaks in my ear as it swoops. It hasn't hit me yet but this is the second time this has happened. This time there was a girl standing beside me and it definitely went over my head, she must have thought I was crazy freaking out over something she didn't see. Anyways I'm afraid next time it'll hit me, and I have to walk this way to get to work!
I went out to the back yard to hang cloths morning at 8. Then in evening at about 7 i went out to front to throw rubbish. Both times it was on my neighbors entenna and came straight for me and hovered about 2 meters over me. Waiting for opportunity but didn't take my eyes off it and swung a stick and just missed it.
Magpie came from the tree above and smashed my eyeball. Just caught me and my eye is all red now.
I was simply standing under the tree with no intention of harm, worst experience of my life at the moment.
Decided to have a shower straight away to clean my eye out but I'm not sure if I am still at risk? Do I need eye drops?
There's 1 magpie that lives on at ST KILDA melbourne near Wesley primary school and the st kilda junction tram spot , ASWELL as subway on the corner .
This LITTEL turd has pecked my eye three times now and continues to attack anyone around those areas .
I had to go to hospital this time I was lucky I didn't loose my eye .
Attacked my right eye had to go to hospital
Nearly lost my sight lucky the LITTEL shit
Got the white part of my eye with a 6mm hole
In my eye .
Third time I've been attacked , it's one male bird
He is the recarnation of satan and he attacks everyone .
This has been the fourth time that the magpie, nested on the trees on the edge of the Maribyrnong Reserve, attacked me. The difference this time was that there were two of them- the other one looked like a junior. They coordinated really well!
I thought the swooping season had ended a long time ago. Apparently I was wrong.
I love Australian Magpies, unfortunately this family hates me.
When for a cycle after dinner, family was walking on foot a short distance behind. Magpie started swooping and I rode ahead. Total of 3 swoops. No injury suffered.
Family took a detour onto a different road