Once more, the bold robber ravens are sitting in the old fruit trees of farmer Frank. The ravens pinch the ripe fruits and quickly carry them to their safe nests.
The clever farmer and his wife Mathilda try to catch the impudent gang with their large net. However, the ravens can take good cover in the dense leafage of the fruit trees. Suddenly a strong wind gust blows many leaves off the trees. Now the ravens can be better seen.
Suddenly the ravens spot a fat worm peeking pertly out of the ground. The birds flutter from the trees wanting to snatch the fat tidbit on the meadow. Nevertheless, there is danger on the ground as well. The farm’s red tomcat sneaks about on soft paws.
As soon as he turns up the ravens take shelter in the trees. Even Frank and Mathilda walk off. Too often, they have suffered from the sharp claws of their erratic tomcat. The tomcat is just gone when the greedy ravens fly to their nests again with their beaks full of fruits and farmer Frank briskly sways his net.