Let Us Prey

Do you see what I see?

fly to get him

A tasty morsel awaits.

tasty morsel squirrel

I’ll just fly over and get him.

winged avenger

After my nap.

grace before a meal

Magnanimously, I’ll let him live because he’s so cute and furry.

main course coming up

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About judilyn

RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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17 Responses to Let Us Prey

  1. Kit says:

    EXCELLENT pics. . .!!!! They are all SO GOOD. . .I like the one where he is looking at you looking at him. . .or her?

  2. Dale says:

    Great ones, Judie. Same variety of hawk used to visit my backyard when I was more diligent in feeding the finches, sparrows, and assortment of other kinds. I haven’t been keeping it up so well lately — just the hummers that are now gone for the winter.

  3. rita says:

    what beautiful pictures of the hawkyou are really getting to be a pro

  4. Sherry says:

    Great title!! Those are amazing pictures. Wonder what was up?? Whatever it was, lucky you to have seen it AND lucky me that you got the pictures and shared them . Thanks!!

  5. bjdewell says:

    Isn’t he beautiful! You have the best vantage point for great wildlife photos. 🙂

    • judilyn says:

      You betcha’! I’m really lucky to be in such a great place for wildlife photography. But sometimes it is frustrating because I swear those rascally roadrunners know I am stalking them! They make their buzzy chirpy noise until I come outside, and then they run behind the bushes and laugh!

  6. Traci says:

    That hawk has quite an intimidating gaze. I’d hate to be a mouse in his yard 😀

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