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Rough Legged Buzzard


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On some days out on Crete I have seen Vultures circling my villa, not too happy about that :( See buzzards every day there, it is great watching them playing with their youngsters, the speed they get up to when they dive is amazing.

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Red kites a plenty in Cardiganshire & funnily enough seen many when putting ruts in the M40 between Bicester & High Wycombe. Best view was an Osprey taking a small trout at Loch Garten near Aviemore.

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You only have to go north of Corby (Northhants) for Red Kites now, 20+ breeding pairs! I've had a pair all Summer local to me but non-breeders I think? Excellent R L Buzzard by the way! Didn't make it to Gibralter point today, just local and then to RSPB Frampton Marsh, got most of this years waders, thrushes and gulls!!

Must have a birding day out in the Spring!

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Nothing of note, 6 Common Cranes spent a couple of days there just before Xmas but flew off towards Norfolk coast! Peregrines hunting over the fields and lots of Redshanks (100's!).

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