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Old Apr 1, 2013, 3:44 PM   #1
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...and, as usual, his timing was terrible!





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Old Apr 1, 2013, 7:02 PM   #2
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Looking good Bob, nice shots Gary.

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Looking good Bob, nice shots Gary.

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Very good shots Gary, especially number three. In this on-going saga, does Bob ever get to eat?
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Bob is very sharp looking! He has sharp eyes for meals around your feeder. Nice work!
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Very good shots Gary, especially number three. In this on-going saga, does Bob ever get to eat?
Not that I've seen this year. He showed up a little bloody one time. But, that's as close as it's gotten.

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Bob is very sharp looking! He has sharp eyes for meals around your feeder. Nice work!
Thanks! He may have sharp eyes and sharp talons, but his timing really sucks!
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amazing shots, especialy number 3
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Really fine shots,Gary. I love the raptors even though I feed the doves they prey upon.
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Really fine shots,Gary. I love the raptors even though I feed the doves they prey upon.
If it's any consolation, they also feed on starlings and grackles.

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