22.11.11

Words in Picture 21 - Sharing or Stealing




Look who has been helping itself to Goldee's mobility food that reduces stress on joints.
I'm not sure if you consider the crow stealing or my dog sharing.
Should I be shooing instead of shooting?
Maybe the crow is bringing the food to its elders with arthritic problems.
This mobility food has been effective for Goldee's joint pains.


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29 comments:

  1. LOL! At least he's trying to stay healthy! Great close-up's!

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  2. I guess it is better for him than people food, but then, crows are scavengers and seem to thrive on almost anything.

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  3. shooting might be a bit extreme. but how good a shot ARE you?
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  4. They are just awesome beautiful shots and captions

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  5. Great post and pics for S, loved it!!

    S is for ...

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  6. I have just got in from work and this lovely post has put a big smile on my face..

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  7. Fun shots!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  8. Great photos and interesting bird behavior.

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  9. There is perhaps not greater avian fan of human food than the gull and pigeon, but a crow is right up there too. I have watched two crows fight over bubble gum squished on asphalt pavement. This one at least shows some health food consciousness!
    Cheers!

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  10. ... a great post and fantastic photos ...
    Best regards karin

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  11. Great photos, One! Crows are pests in our area, and on the farm, my friend was shooting them yesterday. I was not pleased, but understood his frustration with them.

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  12. Great post and wonderful photos. Have a great day!

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  13. The crow is funny, a forager of opportunity, I'd say. We now have a pair that frequents the bird feeder, which I don't really like because they push the little birds aside.

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  14. Beautiful shots.

    Shoes, have a happy Thanksgiving!

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  15. This is great! Love the birds "look" on the shot:)

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  16. Surely the crow is striving to be healthy:)

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  17. Fantastic post, One. And what shots!! I also liked your last post very much!. Way to go!!

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  18. Great photos and words! Have a great day!

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  19. Oh well, crows have joints too. Just as well the shorthorn wasn't woeing into it as well.

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  20. Not a fan of crows but the pics are amazing. thanks for sharing.

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  21. great photos; great opportunities for you

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  22. Fun post Setia! Thanks for introducing me to the House Crow!

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