Breaking News: Epilogue to “Disturbance of the Peace”

An update to this morning’s post on A Disturbance of the Peace.

Forget the Man-Made Traps.

Guess who’s visiting our backyard, on his perch, 10 feet above the bird feeders, waiting for his dinner. (45 minutes and counting)

Wow!


Thank you Eric Kanigan for the shots. Shots taken a few minutes ago from the 2nd floor.

Comments

  1. Nature is a beautiful thing. . . And costs nothing. Looking forward to updates.

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  2. Ayuh. That’ll do it.

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  3. Wow! I was gonna say great shots, David…
    My bad. Great shots, Eric!!
    Here, little rats.. come out, come out wherever you are…

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  4. Wow…
    Stunning shot, BEAUTIFUL bird.

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  5. The universe works itself out if we just let it be. (Great shots)

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  6. Laser focus….

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  7. YES!

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  8. Christie says:

    Wonderful shot of the Hawk, Eric…DK such a beautiful Enforcer of the Peace…

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  9. Well, well, well, looks like there’s a *new* sheriff in town….

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  10. Valerie Meluskey says:

    Talented family…Susan’s video, and now more of Eric’s photography…
    I’m hoping this is from the second floor of your abode, and not somewhere else. If your place, just WOW! Nature heard your distress call, so let life take its course, Wow!

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  11. Oh my goodness! What a treasure.

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  12. Nature has it all sorted for you! I actually think the rats heard that you were about to bait them and they called in the Calvary!

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  13. Much better than a man-made trap! You must have good karma to have had nature hear your plea and respond so quickly 🙂

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  14. Beautiful shots! Coopers Hawk?

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  15. Wow!!

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  16. Hahah…. Scotty arrived, David.. 🙂
    Here’s hoping he’s real hungry… (Oh, that maybe ‘too soon’..)

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  17. Wow indeed! It’s amazing how we really notice nature at work these days. Great captures by Eric.

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  18. life finds a way…

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  19. Christie says:

    Responding again looks like a juvenile Red Tail Hawk though the eye sockets look a bit different…and that must be one glorious Maple tree? you’re Maple is about a week behind mine…

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  20. Anonymous says:

    In case no one else has said it, you will have a whole new symphony of bird song in the back yard with that buffet line.

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