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Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by Thespoiledchicken, Feb 7, 2012.
Ha! They want to soak up the sun and hide at the same time, but it doesn't work that way.
That actually might be a fairly good strategy. Sure, the hawk can still see them, but to get them, it would have to land and then walk under the hammock - something it would prefer NOT to do.
it is wise they try to hide from a hawk. maybe they were just looking for bugs stirred up from last time you were on the hammock? my birds do that all day long. but i dont have hammock. i have other stuff they look around. nothing abnormal about that.
Well guess that gives a whole new meaning to bird netting.
Very cute photo thanks for sharing.