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Old Sep 7, 2012, 2:36 PM   #1
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Old Sep 7, 2012, 4:04 PM   #2
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Nice one. I am afraid to take pictures of these anymore as every time I do the birds have eaten them by the next day.

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Old Sep 7, 2012, 9:41 PM   #3
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[QUOTE]Nice one. I am afraid to take pictures of these anymore as every time I do the birds have eaten them by the next day.[QUOTE]

Very true. I have seen crows keenly watching what we do, and quikly picking up the insect or worm after I finished shooting it.

BTW, Jim, an excellent portrait of the caterpillar.

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Nice shot Jim, he seems to be looking at you!

That is horrifying about crows! I've heard that story too, that they do the same thing with birds nests if they see you photographing baby birds.
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Beautiful capture! I hope it lives!
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Thanks guys, I hope he did not get eaten.

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Nice photo JJ. Crows are very smart birds. If you mistreat them they remember that also.
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Nice photo JJ. Crows are very smart birds. If you mistreat them they remember that also.
Thanks Frank, appreciate the comment.

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