I imagined a bird having the views that you showed from the second story, and would freak out seeing so many prime targets.
Birds stripped our cherry trees in no time, including a sapling that was about 7ft tall. I really wanted to sample some fruit from that tree, just to see what they tasted like. All I know is that it was a tart cherry.
Speaking of cherry trees, we have a couple old ones down by the old house, and our new 4 month old cat decided to act like a monkey and skitter up one. He got about 15ft above me on some rather precarious little branches.
I talked him down and walked him up the hill and let him go, and the bugger ran back to the same tree and went up a different trunk. I think he went even higher up. I was worried about him falling, and I didn't want to have to try to catch him as I'm sure he'd be all claws coming down. I was talking to him again, and he got on a small branch and slipped but hung on and pulled himself back up. He eventually came down, and this time I hauled him up the hill. I know he's a cat and he's gonna climb trees, but I was worried about our new kitty.