I came across a little brown bird sitting on a lawn next to a cedar hedge. It was difficult to tell what sort of LBB it was, because, well, its head was missing.
However, it was definitely a living, headless LBB. It was shivering.
Suddenly, Pop! It revealed itself. A Golden-crowned Sparrow.
I assume the head-in posture was a means of conserving heat. The bird was in such a vulnerable spot, though, in plain view of any passing cat, crow, dog or accipiter, that I don't know for certain that it wasn't a bit addled. Perhaps a recent window bonk.
It hopped into the hedge.
Sorry to wake you and cause a bit of a chill, but at least I didn't eat you.