In reply to WendyBartter:
wow - tales of the unexpected as he swallowed that lol think he should be renamed to a Gannet ! He's a cracker of a bird Wendy and nice that we can share your wonderful views of him .
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Wow, he's doing a great job of keeping the rat population under control. I thought he looked a bit queasy as the tail went down. I could do with him in my garden as there was a pretty large rat that wandered across the lawn a few days ago,
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Super filming Wendy, certainly beautiful Bird,and hope keeping your Rats under control.I
s it just me, or do there seem to be more Rats this year?
Have footage & pics but can't now post until tomorrow!
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In reply to HAZY:
HAZY said:think he should be renamed to a Gannet
More of Gannet tomorrow aitch including whoopsies & another rat!
In reply to TeeJay:
TeeJay said:I could do with him in my garden as there was a pretty large rat that wandered across the lawn a few days ago,
I still have the two daily visitors to my feeding area TJ but really hope Mr K doesn't go after them as they could well be poisoned by neighbours!
In reply to SunnyKate2:
SunnyKate2 said:certainly beautiful Bird
Thanks Kate, he's very special to me!
Two Rats a day? Sounds like he's getting in form for a seasons nesting! Fingers crossed.
Hazel in the Gironde estuary, France
Oh I do hope Mr K keeps away from any poisoned rats. Look forward to the next update.
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Footage of Mr K visits yesterday ...
Have some nice pics too but they take a while to insert & he was here again today .... takes a bit of keeping up with does our Mr K!
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