The Wood Pigeon escapes me snapping him

JUST OUTSIDE my tiny back yard is a tremendous Holly Bush – it was redolent with berries, just in time for Yuletide.

When I go out there, this huge Wood Pigeon sits there avoiding the thorns and snaffling up the berries.

It doesn’t care about me, it cares not for the thorns on the Holly Bush. I could reach it with my good arm and cook it for Yule. Obviously I would not do that.

But every  time I try and snap it from above or from below, the Wood Pigeon gets in a terrible flap. Only in Oxford. The robins and the wrens here are tame. There’s Ivy out there, too.  ♦

4 responses to “The Wood Pigeon escapes me snapping him

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  2. Mike Bird Cares & Is Cleaning Up Mess. Someone Musta told birdie, Mikes in TOP 50 UK writers, World traveler, EZine Creator & Chairtor of Winged Creatures.

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  3. Holly or Hawthorne? Being Late In year, Hawthore has 1/ thorns, Small apples for fruit or seed & In Best of times, Smells Like rotting Flesh. Hawthorne Is Late Fall Source of Food for ground animals. Known In far East as Mayflower tree, as Grinding of Various parts as medicinal. Similar to Russian Olive tree only with thinner branchine, member of ROSE Family. Next:CRABAPPLES.

    drashek treeologist.

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  4. Holly. And Ivy

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