Birds Of A Feather

Photographer: W.C. Barnes

Crows are always picking on Eagles, but Eagles get even by raiding the Crows nests. When a small group of Crows sees a Eagle they will pester it to move along.One Crow will dive bomb the Eagle while the others watch.The Crow makes sure to only dive bomb the Eagle from behind. The Crow tries to dig its talons into the Eagle but the Eagle uses its wings as a shield. Once that Crow gets tired it’ll perch close by and another Crow will tag team. The goal of the game is to make the Eagle move along elsewhere.

 I was waiting for this Eagle (The Daredevil) to get fed up and jump and when he did the Crows scattered to the winds!

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Photo ID: IMG_3419
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