Natural Raptor History (13 Things I Do Not Write About #8)

Birds, dude, birds. Carnivores, their branch named raptors, predatory, like high school skeezes after freshman cheerleaders, beaks chirping a murderous preemptive dirge.  Captured, tailored to molting, flung, regurgitated, worms, claws, talons climbing the sky, diving to a rodent’s demise, plumage, ecological origins forming through wings spreading and treading hungry beaks, blood thirsty, dwelling during that […]

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