I was aware of the obsession of certain birds with mirrors, since my childhood. The house sparrows often pecked at the mirror hung in our wall, much to our amusement. At that time I was in dark about the drive behind this strange behavior. Thought, it must be a case of narcissism (self-admiration). Much later, I was enlightened about the avian behavior, that the fascination with mirror boils down to mating and territorial guarding. With a false belief of a potential mate or a contender, they vigorously attack at their own reflections in the mirrors. In the last couple of weeks, I witnessed two funny incidents of birds pecking at car mirrors, which urged me to write this piece. One of the crazy bird was a house sparrow, the other was a Western blue bird. Check for yourself.