Weather forecasters animals and birds

In the 21st century, many people trust technical weather forecasts more, but not always a person may have a radio or a mobile phone at hand. So you need to know the natural signs when observing animals and birds. It was their shamans who took as a basis for their predictions, telling our gullible ancestors about the weather.

The fact that our brothers, our lesser good weather forecasters, noticed in ancient times. For example, ordinary domestic cats have long been considered witchcraft animals that predict the weather. There were such signs:

If the cat is basking on the stove, you should expect severe frosts.

The cat sleeps up with its belly will soon get warmer.

If the cat scratches the floor, the wind is expected.

The sleeping cat tucked his paws under him to the cold snap.

The cat warms its back to the imminent rain.

Nowadays, scientists have proven that there is no mysticism here, just cats are very sensitive to changes in atmospheric pressure and as the pressure changes in nature, the behavior of cats changes.

Dogs also predict the weather, for example, before a thunderstorm rain, a dog sways on the ground.

Cows are also good weather predictors, if in the evening the cow eats grass and drinks little water - wait for rain in the morning.

Not the last place among weather forecasters from nature are birds, for example, rooks that build nests almost always next to people and if you watch them a little, you can find out what the weather will be tomorrow.

The weather will be good if the rooks are playing, and if they fly over the nest in flocks and scream in alarm, wait for bad weather.

Also among the people there are many signs associated with swallows:

In dry weather, swallows fly high, and if they fly down above the ground and sharply up there will be a storm.

Also, some poultry are good weather predictors:

If a goose stands on one leg in winter, then there will be severe frosts, and if in frost it flaps its wings, there will soon be a thaw.

Ducks and geese hide their heads under the wing - to the cold and cold.

If chickens bathe in the sand and flap their wings, it will be bad weather.

If the brood hen is hiding the chicks, expect heavy rain.

The chickens have feathers hanging, and the tail is lowered down, this indicates that it will rain soon. And the water will drain.

Chickens twirl their tails, which means there will be a blizzard.

Roosters are also good barometers, if the rooster sings in the evening, it means a change in the weather.

If the roosters in the summer heat in the middle of the day begin to sing, making a roll call in the village, then it will rain.

Unfortunately, in urban conditions it is difficult to verify all these signs. Go out of town more often, friends, breathe fresh air, take a break from megacities with their gadgets, cars and unhealthy chaotic activity. Leave your TV, computer and mobile phone at home - you don't need them. After all, we have already told you how to find out the weather forecast by animal behavior.