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No wunder the rain deer call in around Xmas time , lol Shut Mouth  

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When I got home my wife was feeding the magpies.

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This bloke is very bold. 

He is asking me, "got any bickies?"

That's not a zoom lens. He was about a metre away from me. Happy  

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@murray the magpies out there have got a lot of white/Pied in them. Ours over here are much plainer. They are terrible though at taking young birds out of the nest of smaller birds. 

 


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Yep, they are opportunists. 

If it is edible they will eat it.

 

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This was a nest of blackbirds we had in our garden last year. 

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2 days later the nest was empty. One dead youngster on the floor and the others gone. Think it must have been a magpie as the nest it’s self hadn’t been touch which I think it would have been if it had been a cat. 


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