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Old May 25, 2013, 12:21 PM   #1
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Snapped through the kitchen window. we put some cheese out the other day expecting all the usual birds to chip away at it : as i was making my dinner i noticed a big black shape out the corner of my eye, and turned so see this big black greedy ba$tard nash off w/ the whole thing! the next day we put out a couple of fat balls. agan, BBGB flaps day, grabs a whole one in his beak and buggers off - only to return two minutes later for the other! :-D

put a couple more out today and snagged the culprit - this is him eyeing me up as he recces the bird table :


and then squeezes his way in - a few seconds later that fatball was jammed in his beak nd he was away.


props to him for dealing w/ the aerodynamics of that feat tho!
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Old May 25, 2013, 2:24 PM   #2
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Beautiful images Wolf, even though the light was harsh.
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thanks :-)
yeah, the sun was a bit savage, bit it made his blackness shine nicely.
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