It happens just about every-time.
You settle in for a quiet meal-in peace, and a hungry, noisy relative drops by looking for a little bit of the action.
One young Black-shouldered Kite had just recieved a top-up from Dad.
Time to find a quiet branch.
Then, with the usual racket, one of the close relatives drops in to see if there is a handout.
3 thoughts on “Photographic-Essay: Annoying Relatives”
Clearly they need separate food bowls with their names on them, so there’s no argument!
Wonderful images as always David – thanks for sharing them with us.
A fascinating look at the interaction between the siblings. The one certainly not wanting to give up the prize!
It will be a bit slippery down there today, just on 3 mm in the gauge overnight. It was bad enough the other day after 1 mm!
Amazing captures David as always you blow me away with the events you capture. I especially love the one with the mouth wide open flying toward you. So much material for a life story of the Black-shouldered Kite. Enjoy your week 🙂
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