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Four squawking magpies.
Normally. I’d want the magpies to win but I’ve gone right off them since I saw them bully some pigeons and kill a starling. Better luck next time, cat!
Yes, I’m not a fan of either species, so I was happy enought o leave them to it.
That cat is far too well fed to take risks.
i think he was having fun, without having to do too much :)
Outnumbered but not outclassed. Great cat!
Go on then, Fiona – who won?
Fabulous pictures :-)
I left them to it, Kate. When I came back that way, all was clear, and there was no visible carnage ;)
I wish I could stare with the intensity of a cat…….
This one had a good line in tail thumping too, but I couldn’t capture that :)
Amazing photos! Can I just tell you that I got excited seeing a Magpie! I’ve never seen one, Fiona! A bird featured in novels and children’s books through the ages and I’ve never seen one! I had no idea they were so large. A very impressive bird…and the cat is no slouch either. Loved this! Debra
Debra, I am so delighted by this! I feel like I’m National Geographic :)
Did I tell you about the time a cat attacked a magpie in my back garden. But the cat was getting attacked by another bird? And I didn’t know whether to resue the bird or the cat or just salute because of all the bad luck being generated?
I threw water over the lot of them.
This sounds hilarious, but my brain would probably have frozen! Good thinking water woman :)
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