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Day 358: Diving for Dinner

Some species (with feathers) like to forage for their victuals by flying down out of the sky to nab choice portions.

Other species (with feathers) prefer to graze along the ground, dine “in tree,” or pilfer from another’s snack stash.

And some feathery diners prefer to simply dive straight into their dinner – subduing and ingesting in one fell (um) swoop.

Oh boy! I spy dinner!
Oh boy! I spy dinner!
Yes, this definitely looks delicious.
Yes, this definitely looks delicious.
I will just position myself for success.
I will just position myself for success.
Just a few more tiny tweaks.....
3-2-1…..
Dive!
DIVE!

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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2 thoughts on “Day 358: Diving for Dinner

  1. Wow! That was a worthy for the Olympics Dive!! Great job Pearl

    1. He has been perfecting that maneuver for a long time, Jeanne – he is quite proud of it! 🙂

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