Originally Posted by Ron6519
What "seems to be capped", might not be.
Vent from dryer or bathment bath might also be where it got in.
I was thinking that maybe the cap on the vent duct might be ajar, or pushed in... where he could squeeze in. I will certainly get up there and take a look. Are birds known to do this? If I were a bird, that would seem to be a long, long pipe with nothing on the other end. I don't know why I would choose that. But, alas, I am not a bird, so maybe they think differently, if at all.
I thought about and looked at the dryer vent, it has a flapper inside it that shuts it when dryer isn't on...but I think he would end up stuck in there if he came in that way. The dryer vent line was still connected to the dryer.
Hell, I think he would even end up in the dryer taking that route.