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Two white-tailed kites switch a catch in mid air — earlier than a 3rd chicken tries to steal it

Two white-tailed kites transfer a catch in mid air — before a third bird tries to steal it


TWO white-tailed kites switch a catch in mid air — earlier than a 3rd chicken tries to steal it.

A male was captured passing a vole to its feminine associate by wildlife photographer Sha Lu.

Two white-tailed kites switch a catch in mid air
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Sha Lu captured the second a 3rd chicken tried to steal the catch[/caption]

Sha took the pictures in northern California, the place he lives.

He mentioned: “It was superb to see.”

“Throughout breeding season the feminine stays within the nest whereas the male goes out to gunt.


“When the male comes again for meals, the feminine typically takes off from the nest and takes over the meals in mid-air.

They do say two’s firm, three’s a crowd.

And it definitely was for these white-tailed Kites.

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A male white tailed kite passes a vole to its feminine associate[/caption]

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Wildlife photographer Sha Lu took the gorgeous photos[/caption]

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Sha mentioned: ‘It was superb to see’[/caption]

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