Any member of a flock knows scouting delicious delicacies is only half the battle.
The real work begins with keeping them.
For instance, perhaps you have a large featherless assistant who delivers your waffles to you.
This is all well and good, but you still can’t forget about poachers.
Any being could come from anywhere at anytime and swoop down to try to nab your waffle breakfast for themselves.
For this reason (and many others) it is necessary to become an expert “Waffle Watcher” before graduating to become a “Waffle Eater.”
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts
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