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    Bite it again if it moves.

    Cat caught a Vole this morning and Bella would wait for it to move so she could again punish it for being an unwanted intruder. I took the still moving Vole out beyond the fence where the bull snakes might find it
    and enjoy an easy meal.
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    A few years ago, One of our cats caught a vole, and before he could finish it off, a couple of magpies started tag-teaming him to take the vole away. It was hilarious watching the action. One magpie would sneak in and grab his tail, while the other waited to get the vole when he went after the first. That went on for about 15 minutes before the vole made its escape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim in Idaho View Post
    A few years ago, One of our cats caught a vole, and before he could finish it off, a couple of magpies started tag-teaming him to take the vole away. It was hilarious watching the action. One magpie would sneak in and grab his tail, while the other waited to get the vole when he went after the first. That went on for about 15 minutes before the vole made its escape.
    Jim
    That would be fun to watch. Magpie around here don't come in the housing areas all that much. They hangout in the open spaces and along the creeks. Some though have got McDonald's and Burger King as a good place to score a meal.
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    They nest in my crabapple trees every year, Grant. Mostly, I enjoy having them around, but occasionally they can be a pain in the ----. I caught a group of seven or eight of them killing a young dove one time. I managed to save the dove. Looked like a gang mugging somebody.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim in Idaho View Post
    They nest in my crabapple trees every year, Grant. Mostly, I enjoy having them around, but occasionally they can be a pain in the ----. I caught a group of seven or eight of them killing a young dove one time. I managed to save the dove. Looked like a gang mugging somebody.
    Jim
    Well if it a been a Eurasian dove I would have let them have their way with it. Those evasive doves chase all the other birds away from the bird feeders by swooping in with open wings and making a screeching sound, which I think mimics a bird of prey coming in for an assault. It freaks all the other birds out and they all fly away for their lives by that action of those Eurasian doves. Many states have no bag limits or season on them and you can kill as many as you can all year long. There's even some recipes online on how to cook em.

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    I'd need to import more magpies to handle those darned things. How in heck did there get to be so many of them? Ought to be shooting them, and using the meat to feed the poor....LOL
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    I thought about tossing bird feed out front of my grape vines and then hide behind the other side of the grapes and when they swoop in scaring off the other birds, pick em off with a pellet rifle.
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    Must have been fun to watch.

 

 

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