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Old Wednesday 7th August 2019, 09:23   #1
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https://news.sky.com/story/birds-eye...chips-11778484

I'm not going to try this with a Greater Black-backed over a chip.
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When I fished at Sandwich bay I "made friends" with a Crow. I used to feed it pieces of sprat by holding my hand out and the crow would creep up and take it...but...…..only if I avoided eye contact. Directly I looked at it it would back off a yard or two.

Crow got so used to me that It would appear close behind me when almost as soon as I arrived, I would be setting up and suddenly realise "MY Friend" was back.

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