This bird must not have been happy to see it wasn't alone in the sky. A cockpit camera caught a yet-to-be-identified bird crashing through the plane's windshield and into the pilot's face. After the assault we see Robert Weber start to lose control of his small aircraft. 

Everything ended up turning out remarkably well. The only damage done was to the windshield, the bird, and Weber's forehead (just a small cut). He said he's thankful the bird didn't knock him out because he was the only one in the plane. Despite being panicked, Weber was able to radio for help and land quickly.

Once he was on the ground he was surpised to find only one of the bird's leg and a few feathers. Those parts will be used to identify the offending bird—which, wow, what a weird job that would be. 

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[via Daily Mail