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    Squeetious Pumpkin could not wait to break the news to the other Hares in the meadow, that the days of Ravens, Rooks and Crows attacking vulnerable baby Leverets would soon be over for good following the successful formulation of a new Corvid Vaccine



    Words and Photo by David Wilcock


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    So stunning

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    I do hope so! xx

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    What a beautiful photo.

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    That would be great
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    Don't forget the Magpies, Squeetious Pumpkin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    Don't forget the Magpies, Squeetious Pumpkin.
    The Magpies here are Psychos


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    Quote Originally Posted by InspectorMorse View Post
    The Magpies here are Psychos
    In this garden they remove more eggs and nestlings than other Corvids too. Their distinctive call must strike terror into some small birds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    In this garden they remove more eggs and nestlings than other Corvids too. Their distinctive call must strike terror into some small birds
    Harold the Heron was sitting on the roof of my house the other day. He was under air attack by two Magpies and the noise the Magpies made was deafening. Harold just totally ignored them though


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