Наталия Лавренова

Наталия Лавренова

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Shot of this juvenile White-tailed Eagle and Magpie taken near Kutno in mid Poland

Shot of this juvenile White-tailed Eagle and Magpie taken near Kutno in mid Poland at Marcin Nawrocki Poland Wildlife his place. ©Harry Eggens Best wishes, Harry

What Kind of Pie is for Dessert?Yummm … Magpie!  Actually, this Black-billed Magpie (Pica hudsonia) was in no real danger. The Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) had a piece of fish in his talons (not visible from this angle, due to the snow) and was just being vigilant that this magpie didn’t move in to grab a piece.

Fun Friday: What Kind of Pie is for Dessert?

Eurasian Magpies (and Steller's Sea Eagle). Image from http://www.birdskorea.org/Birds/Birdnews/BK-BN-birdnews-2007-02.shtml

Eurasian Magpies (and Steller's Sea Eagle). Image from http://www.birdskorea.org/Birds/Birdnews/BK-BN-birdnews-2007-02.shtml

Whistling Kite being harassed by a magpie

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Eagle taking a fox as Magpi escapes from a winter carcass

A squirrel monkey leaps from tree to tree, carrying her baby. A red fox pounces on breakfast. Another red fox plays with her food.