Witness to murder-got pics

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  1. Terry

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    Well there I was by the back door making a cup of tea for Ann this morning, watching the linnets and great tits having a good feed on the newly replenished fat balls.Then a noisy family of Sheps (Starlings)came down bullying there way onto the fat balls :Angry: I decided to go out and chase them off but just as I started to walk towards them ZOOM the perpetrator came flying and hopping,shooting through the trees grabbing a young sheppy and dropping onto the lawn.This caused such a commotion with the adult sheps squawking and flying at the lady trying to get her to loosen her grip -no chance-::bigsmile:After five mins they decided to leave her to her spoils and then the deed was done :whatthe: Once left alone she promptly decide it was safe for the kill then after another few mins took off with her prize,no doubt to feed her young.
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    Come on the suns out. Mow that lawn::bigsmile:
     
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    Fantastic capture! Nature at it's best and toughest and all so close up too!
     
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    Am I married to you ? you sound like my wife ::bigsmile:
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    By my standards Jim, that lawn is very neat and manicured. :Blush:
     
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    How much did Ann pay you to say that :winky:::bigsmile:
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    Our back garden last summer.

    i did strim it eventually though :roflmto:
     

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    Now thats a proper back garden....just right for all those little critters like mice, rats (ooopppss), hedgehogs etc....

    Didn't you also find a littlre japanese fella that thought the war was still on...:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    He gave himself up when the nettles grew taller than him. :roflmto:
     
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    One advantage of being a fulltimer. I have the biggest garden in the world and I have thousands of gardeners to keep it nice for me:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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