Yeah. Don't mention any accidents befalling vultures, cormorants, herons, and other bad critters.
I've heard multiple reports over the last few years of buzzards pecking the eyes out of newborn or very young calves.
My family talks in code. Buzzards are called Migs, cormorants are Zeros. We dont mess with Herons. Dont have enough of them to hurt anything. Buzzards will encircle a cow and calf. As one side of the flock moves in, the mother will run at them. While they are in retreat, the other side will move forward towards the calf. They do this over and over till the cow either abandons the calf or kills it by running over it. In extreme drought, this will go on and on till the mother collapses in exhaustion and both are eaten alive. They start with the eyes, nose, tongue, back end and navel. I have found cows next to dead and eaten calves that are still alive after a full 24 hours of suffering. Sickening situation to which I have found a cure and employ it often.
Cormorants can eat up to 2.2 pounds of fish per day. 40 birds on a 3 acre pond equal no fish left. I like eating bass and sun perch.
Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying: “Whom shall I send, And who will go for Us?” Then I said, “Here am I! Send me.”