Fast Food Birds Feeding

These are the incredible images which show three baby birds filling up on fast food – as they grab tasty morsels from their parents’ beaks as they swoop past. The adorable snaps were taken as three baby barn swallows waited hungrily for their tea in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Keen wildlife photographer Roeselien Raimond had been hoping to take some pictures of birds in flight- but was delighted when she stumbled across these birds’ dinner time.

These are the incredible images which show three baby birds filling up on fast food - as they grab tasty morsels from their parents' beaks as they swoop past. The adorable snaps were taken as three baby barn swallows waited hungrily for their tea in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Keen wildlife photographer Roeselien Raimond had been hoping to take some pictures of birds in flight- but was delighted when she stumbled across these birds' dinner time.

These are the incredible images which show three baby birds filling up on fast food - as they grab tasty morsels from their parents' beaks as they swoop past. The adorable snaps were taken as three baby barn swallows waited hungrily for their tea in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Keen wildlife photographer Roeselien Raimond had been hoping to take some pictures of birds in flight- but was delighted when she stumbled across these birds' dinner time.

These are the incredible images which show three baby birds filling up on fast food - as they grab tasty morsels from their parents' beaks as they swoop past. The adorable snaps were taken as three baby barn swallows waited hungrily for their tea in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Keen wildlife photographer Roeselien Raimond had been hoping to take some pictures of birds in flight- but was delighted when she stumbled across these birds' dinner time.

These are the incredible images which show three baby birds filling up on fast food - as they grab tasty morsels from their parents' beaks as they swoop past. The adorable snaps were taken as three baby barn swallows waited hungrily for their tea in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Keen wildlife photographer Roeselien Raimond had been hoping to take some pictures of birds in flight- but was delighted when she stumbled across these birds' dinner time.