Just down the street, James Wright tells News 4 WOAI he's found several decapitated birds in his yard for the past few days.(from WOAI-TV)
The mystery behind the deaths is ruffling some feathers for nearby neighbors.
"It's strange, but maybe somebody... somebody's doing it," says homeowner Melissa Garza [Breathlessly, I'm sure. --ed.].
The San Antonio Audubon Society says the weather may be to blame.
"Right now with the drought so bad, there's a great competition for food and water and bugs," replies Georgina Schwartz of the Audubon Society. "There aren’t as many bugs, there aren’t as many flowers, so right now its not a good time for birds."
In fact, Schwartz adds that birds can get aggressive if other feathered fowls get in the way of their food.
"Grackles are great for drowning baby birds," Schwartz says. "Screech owls are in the habit of decapitating...you have a lot of competition out there. Sex and violence, you got lots of that in the bird world."
Relax, it's only sex and violence in the bird world. Nothing to worry about. It's just nature. Circle of life, and all that.