Osprey Feeding On His Catch of the Day

Osprey at Viera looking to the Creator and hopefully he is thanking Him for the fish.

“Who provideth for the raven [and Ospreys] his food? when his young ones cry unto God, they wander for lack of meat.” (Job 38:41 KJV)

Dan took a couple of really nice photos of the hungry Osprey.

Now for Dan’s great photos.

Time to strip the innards! Yuck!

When we were last at Viera Wetlands, we caught an Osprey eating a fish. Apparently he doesn’t like the “guts.” We watched it pull them out and then drop them. Did that several times, and then started eating the fish.

“But God giveth it a body as it hath pleased him, and to every seed his own body. All flesh is not the same flesh: but there is one kind of flesh of men, another flesh of beasts, another of fishes, and another of birds.” (1 Corinthians 15:38-39 KJV)

I am thankful that the Lord let me be born as a human. I am also very thankful that He provided salvation for our fallen sinful human nature.

What will you do with Jesus?

Other Photos by Dan

4 thoughts on “Osprey Feeding On His Catch of the Day

  1. Thanks, Lee. Like you, I’m very thankful that the Lord decided that I must be born as a human. Likewise, I’m also very very thankful that He provided salvation for my fallen sinful human nature, forgiving me of my sins (both those of commission and those of omission). And, like the osprey (and the raven of Job 38:41), I also enjoy consuming the good physical food that He provides for me, daily, — plus the spiritual food that He provides, i.e., the holy Scriptures (as my “daily bread”).

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