Birds fly. Dogs bark. Fire burns. I read. (Mostly mysteries.)
wow, that is a bit odd looking at first. lucky he can fly if he falls...
My, that is funny. Does he just defy the law of gravity, or could he be an antipodean? ;)
Where there's a will, there's a way! Funny picture.
Wow, he wanted that pretty badly.
Beautiful tail feathers on that bird. The Mourning Doves in my yard just sit under the feeder and wait for food to fall. Never have I seen them as ambitious as this dove! And rarely do I see their tail feathers fan out.
Caite-- Two species of birds that made Denis and me decide to stop putting seed out for the birds: pigeons and white-winged doves. It didn't matter what sort of feeder we used, these pigs would figure out ways to gobble more than their share!Dorte-- I think he's just not acquainted with gravity.Barbara-- It was fun to sit and watch this bird try to figure it all out.Kathy-- Yes, the big pig!Leslie-- There are both Mourning Doves and White-winged Doves here in Phoenix. Mourning Doves are ground feeders here, too. The White-winged Doves, like the one on the feeder, are some of the greatest opportunists when it comes to meal time.
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