Today, first to the old harbour.
This video says about itself:
Common Buzzards (Buteo buteo) are fond of carrying and fiddling with bits of trees and other objects early in the nesting season – for nest-building, courtship, or just generally showing off. A favourite trick is to drop something in the hover, then dive and try to catch it – sometimes successfully.
In the sky above the cemetery entrance, a carrion crow repeatedly tries to drive away a buzzard.
Chaffinch and robin singing.
A jay sitting on a tree. On a higher tree, a female great spotted woodpecker looking for food.
Then, a jay drives a buzzard out of a tree. Is it the same buzzard as earlier at the entrance? Probably, as in both cases the buzzard has much white on the underside.
A blue tit on a tree.
- Buzzards at my hide. (parrotletsuk.typepad.com)
- Jays imitating a Buzzard at the hide. (parrotletsuk.typepad.com)
- Buzzard at dusk. (parrotletsuk.typepad.com)
- Mäusebussard by Hermes S (500px.com)
- Goosanders, mandarin duck and robin (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- The Buzzard, the Bat & the Bumblebee (5ptsalt.com)
- Buzzard has remarkable escape after wedging its beak into front of delivery van (dailymail.co.uk)
- Woodpecker, blackbird on balcony (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- English bird killer convicted (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)