Birds happen to sit IN the tree, not on it. Sitting on a branch but IN a tree. Reported a while ago.
Perhaps the tree has been felled.
funny... This is how they say it. "On the tree" - might mean on the very top. Under normal circumstances birdies tend to hang out "inside" the tree according to anglo-saxons
------- well, maybe not "inside" the tree. rather in the tree . . .
Big 12 feb 19
Yes, "in the tree." You're right, I just used "inside" to describe the actual location of those poor birds... thanks for the correction, Wayne!
I think Evolita said so only to emphasise the difference between the Hungarian and the English expression.
Don't birds perch rather than sit? I will complain.