I got one!
Wonder if I can handle two?
Success! I'm outa here!
Linking to World Bird Wednesday
and Nature Notes
Haha, what an opportunist. Such a pretty bird and great shots!
wow, what a beautiful bird!!! and yes, a bit greedy 🙂
Great shots and very appropriate caption. Well done Pat.
made me laugh! 🙂
Absolutely yes, but still fun!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Greedy? YES! But you are also beautiful. :))
So funny, now that is a greedy bird! I often wonder if birds can choke on their food… Hope not!
Wonderful photos!! :))
I always thought it would be handy to have a throat pouch..
Oh Yes, they are greedy. Great series and beautiful bluejay shots.
Oh I hope he didn’t choke on them.
Great photo – and perfect caption!
Funny, what a big mouth! hehehee just joking =)
Obviously a family to feed! lol Great shots Pat.
great photos :)…
I’ll be darned! Margie
Love it – such a cute bird! Probably wanting to be efficient (ha ha). We have a daily scrub jay visitor who always takes two at a time. They are amusing.
Great captures, love the sequence!
Pat, such a handsome one. I love the details of its feathers, Just Beautiful! x
Greedy indeed! Hope he didn’t choke on his bounty.
Ha! What a pig! 🙂
Bluejays love their peanuts!
Not only is more more, more is better!!
Never let a free meal go begging, even if it’s hard to fit in your beak. Nice shots.
Hahahahahaha! LOVE this!!! What a fantastic series of photos!
Haha. Nice series. Good title.
What a little devil!
I don’t know how you do it Pat, but each of your bird images is simply superb!
Great photos, as usual, Pat — and your comments add even more enjoyment! 🙂
Ha! Love it!
Oh I love this gorgeous photos of the blue jay! He is beautiful and yes, greedy!
This series of photos made me smile!
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