Feed on
Posts
Comments

Ripper, mutton scraps, one of my favourites, I wonder if I can get them all in my beak in one go. I might be pushing things, but I’ll have a darn good go at it.

little raven


little raven


little raven


little raven

Got ‘em, now to find a nice spot to eat in peace, the old bloke’s always hiding behind the callistemon with his flamin’ camera, he thinks I can’t see him, strike me pink, how silly can you be? It’s worth humouring him though to get this good tucker, clever birds us ravens.

Click to enlarge.

10 Responses to “What’s on the menu today?”

  1. Alan says:

    Edacious, voracious, or rapacious – take your pick. When we throw some scraps out for the chooks the Forest Ravens will sometimes sneak in and pile it up in the beak. They’re a bit timid though. The silver gulls sometimes come down in their hundreds but only at this time of year. Then thereare about 50 sparrows, a dozen starlings and a few Fairywrens. Occasionaly the chooks and ducks get a bit but only if we stand guard.

  2. Duncan says:

    Sounds like there’s quite a bit of competition at your place Alan!

  3. Denis Wilson says:

    No wonder your Little Ravens are so glossy, Duncan. So well fed.
    Great series of images.
    Cheers
    Denis

  4. Gouldiae says:

    Nice series DF.
    I know our Ravens are meant to be about our smartest birds, but can they talk? I’m getting a little worried.
    Gouldiae

  5. Duncan says:

    G’day Denis, if they’re within earshot they now come when I call. They say you shouldn’t put meat scraps in the compost, no chance of that with the ravens around!

  6. Duncan says:

    So is ‘er indoors Gouldiae ;-)

  7. Tony Ashton says:

    So there are still some creatures living of the fat of the lambed.

  8. Duncan says:

    Another clever quip Tony!

  9. mick says:

    Very clever birds and a great series of photos.

  10. Duncan says:

    Thanks Mick, they are that.