He's definitely guilty! LOL! But you definitely captured him in fine form!
Ha! Ha! The photos are cute!!
Goodevening Frank great shot of the Thief!! The close up shot rocks as well.Crista
haha! Wonderful photo. The close-up portrait is beautiful as well. I don't think of these birds as feeder birds.
That’s determination Frank.Good catch. Amazing how they manage to keep balance on there.Mine keep to the ground area at the moment, clearing up the dropped seed.
I've had Rooks and Jackdaws do that but at least the pigeons here stay on the ground. Well captured. Lovely head and shoulders portrait.
Caught in the act! In more ways than one - nice one Frank.Hope you don't get Feral Pigeons - they've mastered the art in my garden - regrettably!!
Yep, with that look, I'd say you caught him in the act!! He's speechless with his defense!!
Ywp you got the robber there!! Life is hard heye ;-) Nice pics Frank.
Great Blog Frank. Reminds me of home!! If you don't mind, I'll include a link to yours on mine!!
Must be two different birds! Just look at that innocent face! Great shots!(p.s....fingers crossed, hoping the job is safe).
Wow, quite the contortionist!
Send walter to prison,great capture.John.
Hi "Early Birders".Thanks for all your comments. By the way as soon as I refilled the feeder he brought a friend back so now we have 'double trouble'!
Great photos and they made me chuckle!
What amazing form... had no idea they were quite as flexible as that!! =D Great post.Take care, have a great weekend!
Hmmmm, I commented on this post - wonder where it went? Gerat photos. Anyway, Frank, there is an award on my blog for you. Please check it out.Mona
Montanagirl. I don't think I deleted the original but I'm delighted and somewhat astounded to receive this award. Thank you very much.
An adaptable and clever bird, the Woodie.
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