I'm always on the lookout for a meal or a threat. I'm not the top flying predator here, a Great Horned Owl could take me if I drop my guard. Then there are those pesky blue jays and their crow cousins ... not a threat, but what a rude bunch. They never miss a chance to harass me.
Sometimes I imagine I'm a peregrine and I swoop right into a flock of crows and ...
... sorry, where was I?
First, a quick glance to check for ground predators and then ...
... a quick killing bite.
Can't see what I got? Neither could the photographer, but he said it sounded very crunchy.
Being on the ground is really dangerous for me ... excuse me.
It's safer back here in my office.
If I wanted to spend time on the ground I'd have been a quail.
The real action happens after dark of course. You'll enjoy that part of the Barr exam preparatory course. It won't be long now, the sun is setting.
WHO, WHO CAN'T see in the dark?
YOU are in the wrong class, there's a strict vision requirement.
There may still be time to enroll in the Vulture's class, just a few words of advice if you go that route.