Sunday Stills Raptors

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This post is for both Lisa Coleman’s Open Our Eyes And Terri Webster Schrandt Sunday Stills

Raptors is catogory of large birds that use their feet to rap tear their. Hawks are group within this groups, Owls are another group. They will take a cat during the breeding season. Vultures will fit in this territory.

Burrowing Owl – Arizona
Osprey -ask as Hawk Fish – Idaho
Turkey Vultures – Nevada
Big-horned OWL – Idaho
Ferruginous Hawk – Fledgling – Idaho

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https://idahobluebird50.wordpress.com Member of NetGalley and Edelweiss Senior Citizen and been reading and sharing my thoughts on books most of my life. I read for my pleasure. I have been married for over 65 years. We had a Bengal Cat, Kato who has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. Interests include reading, dogs, cats, gardening, knitting, crocheting. I have a strong interest in North American native plants. A word on my reviews. I am writing very. Books review are from my public library, brought, many from Netgalley, a few from Edelweiss, occasionally from an author or from friends. The opinions are my own. I represent no publisher, author or any other source​. My reviews can be found on. Tumblr, Goodreads, Google+, and Twitter. I have no Facebook account. Thanks for reading my blog.
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19 Responses to Sunday Stills Raptors

  1. They are beautiful, BL, and I bet they have no trouble feeding on what they enjoy!

  2. DailyMusings says:

    Bettylouise your raptors are so beautiful!

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  4. Marsha says:

    After reading this, Betty Louise, I’m pretty sure we lost one of our kitties when it was tiny. They stay high in the air, and then poof they pop in for a tiny morsel. Most of our kittens escaped, but that was the last of letting them loose at night. Nice portraits. They should have paid you a sitting fee. 🙂 By the way, I’m a friend of Terri’s

    • One of haks had his eye on our cat. The leash save him. I learn recent that vultures take small animals when food is scarce.

      • Marsha says:

        Wow, you had a leash for your cat? That’s a cool idea, Betty Louise. We could do that maybe. Our neighbor took a picture of a bob cat right outside our front door last August, so we are apprehensive with all our animals. 🙂

      • Yes, you trained a cat just like your a dog.First you need ti get leashed that they can’t get of.I used a small dg leash. I have trained a number of dogs and all of them fought the leash. Be aware with leash training a cat, they will want to take walk everyday.

      • Marsha says:

        I’m going to get me two leashes. There is no way the cats can go out here in Prescott. Did I tell you about the bobcat our neighbor videoed last August just outside our front door?

      • We spent a few years traveling in our RV. Our dogs with and we added Kato he spent the 6 years of life traveling with us.

      • Any dog training site help. Clickrt training was unheard of. But their is a cat training intitle “NAUGHTY NO MORE by Marilyn that will help any one with cats. There groups for training. I did some with and he knew what the sound meant several years later.

      • DO a search on my on my site for Kato who passed over the rainbow bridge a few years ago and you willsee many pictures of him. He was Bengal cat that are leashtrain with very little time. I train another to walk on a leash.

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  6. Tracey says:

    Wow! What amazing photos!!

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