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    My bird feeders have been extremely busy, and I think I am way ahead of where I expected to be as far as the amount of food I have put out. Today, I saw a different type of feeder. I manged to get a picture, but have chosen not to post it. Simply put, one less dove, and one better fed hawk giving a new meaning to 'bird feeder'.
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      Originally posted by calicokitty View Post
      My bird feeders have been extremely busy, and I think I am way ahead of where I expected to be as far as the amount of food I have put out. Today, I saw a different type of feeder. I manged to get a picture, but have chosen not to post it. Simply put, one less dove, and one better fed hawk giving a new meaning to 'bird feeder'.
      I went out back to pick up dog poop about a week or so ago and saw a hawk eating a pigeon. It was disgusting, and I didn't take a picture of it.
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        What was interesting was as the hawk was feeding, several squirrels walked very close, less than 4-5 feet, seeming not to care. I was rooting for the hawk to partake some more food!
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          Originally posted by calicokitty View Post
          What was interesting was as the hawk was feeding, several squirrels walked very close, less than 4-5 feet, seeming not to care. I was rooting for the hawk to partake some more food!
          No, I like squirrels. I know the hawks need to eat but I don't want to see it ever.
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