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food bar for birds

Uploaded by: huffmama

Wednesday August 12, 2009

Bella Vista, AR (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I have read that birds will capture prey and then stick it on the thorns of a locust tree to eat later. This poor bug has obviously been someone's lunch, notice the split back.

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1. ChrisAnthemum
6:41 PM GMT on August 12, 2009
That may be true, but that is not what has happened in this case. The empty skin belongs to a cicada nymph, which has emerged from the shell to become an adult cicada. Though that doesn't mean a bird didn't eat it while it was soft and stretching its wings like a newly emerged butterfly -- in years when we had a lot of cicadas emerge around the same time, I used to gather them up by the jarful to feed to our chickens, who reacted with a feeding frenzy.
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former tour boat captain living in Bella Vista and enjoying life with my husband and two doggies.

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