LOS ANGELES (CBS) — While on location on Tuesday, Stephanie Abrams and the CBS2 team received a visit from an interesting guest.

“So.. we pull over to edit.. and this beautiful white dove flies over to the fence by our live truck… and we admire it. Then we start editing, and look out [and] the dove is still there… maybe it’s a message for us,” Abrams told her photographer, Barry.

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So I tell the Dove, “If you’re here with a message, or some sort of sign, you’ll fly over to our truck.”

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“5 minutes later it tries to fly IN the truck! Then flies on top of it.. and now it’s on the windshield.. staring at me!”

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“I say it’s good luck for CBS2, Barry says the bird’s hungry.”

Native American culture (specifically Pueblo) believed that the appearance of the Dove was a sign of rain to come.  What do you think?

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