Black Birds Grazing

London Fields are full of jackdaws, checking and quartering the sodden grass in a strangely methodical manner. Though clearly here to eat, they are not cattle-like at all; they put me more in mind of a regiment of shiny-coated soldiers, making the best of a muddy bivouac. There is a confidence, almost an arrogance about them – as though we walk through camp only on their sufferance. Jackdaws in London Fields Jackdaw

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