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Saturday, 23 July 2011


These are some images of a young female Buzzard that I took a couple of weeks ago on a days Photography course in Rutland. This female Buzzard seems somwhat smaller than the Wild Buzzards I have encountered in Cornwall but she was a delight to photograph especially when perched in a tree.


  1. Stunning photos as always, Anthony!

    Have a lovely day!

  2. Ah, this is the post I tried to comment on the other day, and I couldn't get a comment box to pop up. These are lovely shots!

  3. Hello Dude,

    Buzzard, any of several birds of prey of the genus Buteo and in North America. Buzzards customarily prey on insects and small mammals and only occasionally attack birds. The nest in a tree or on a cliff is substantial, built of sticks and lined with softer materials. The two to five whitish eggs are blotched with brown. Thanks a lot.....

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