During extreme low tides in the winter of 2006 a bird, probably a carrion crow ( Corvus corone corone), was able to collect slipper limpets ( Crepidula fornicata) on a bank of Japanese oysters ( Crassostrea gigas) has been growing in recent years to replace a mussel bank near the Wadden Sea dike on the southern part of the Island of Texel (NL). The slipper limpets were brought to the hard road on the dike for consumption. There I found them during my regular bicycle-ride. Shell damage was absent or restricted to a small piece broken from the shell margin. In general the other specimens of the limpet chain were still intact and adherent to the consumed slipper limpet shell. Apparently they had not been discovered as possible food.