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Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by ChickiKat, Dec 15, 2011.
I used to love them until they became my most successful predators. Now I dread seeing them.
Here is my backyard *friend*
I also enjoyed the visits to the yard UNTIL I got my chickens and realised the hawk would eat them.Oh those piercing black eyes!!!!!
I'm supprised I have 'um but haven't had any problems with those birds. I can't figure it out. I guess they know I'll protect my flock.
The photo is of an osprey, a species that does not attack chickens, just fish :0)
Quote:I've never heard of an osprey going after chickens. They have been known to go after small birds and baby waterfowl, but I can't imagine them catching a chicken. Their feet are designed to grab fish and small prey, only.
Okay, it is an Osprey.... I didn't know...
Even thoug hit is an osprey, it is still a cool picture.
Thanks for posting it!
An osprey is the least of our worries. Lovely photo!
What kind of camera is that?? That is an awesome shot grabbing that fish.