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Old 07-21-2010, 10:18 PM   #31
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We've experienced that at our house. Mostly squirrels in broad daylight. The hawks grab them then fly up up up then drop them to their death then swoop to the ground to collect their lifeless meal to eat it. The owls we have rarely make a move where we can see it but we've gotten to see them at dusk and on bright nights. Sometimes crows chase them during the day but not too much lately since we've lost so many crows. Here's a photo of the two white ducklings. They grew so much. There's another duck with them that my friends don't know where it came from. One day it showed up and it's been there ever since.
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