December 7, 2019

False Alarm! No Predator Drone or Stealth Bomber

*Editor’s Note* – It must have been one of those days. When I originally posted this picture, not only did I forget to provide a link back to the first photo I posted of these redpolls and looking like stealth bombers, but here I posted the wrong picture. My apologies. Please follow the link below to the original post and picture and then view this post and picture and perhaps it will make better sense.

I think this photo indisputably proves that the fear of stealth bombers or predator drones attacking homes in Alaska is a false flag.

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Photo by Al Remington

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Redpoll Being Attacked by Predator Drone

The photo captures what appears to be another redpoll approaching the bird feeder. Looking at the shape of the bird, if it were painted black, one might think it was a stealth bomber. But it has, what appears to be, colors of a redpoll, but it might possibly be a predator drone spying to see if the right process and kind of bird feed is being used and whether it’s legal.

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Photo by Al Remington

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Redpoll Looking for Feet?

I think this redpoll at the bird feeder is checking to see if he can still see his feet after all the good and easy to get meals.

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Photo by Al Remington

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Palm Sunday

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Photo by Al Remington

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Return of the Redpoll

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Photo by Al Remington

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