This is a short-toed snake eagle video; from the Netherlands, where this species is rare.
This is a rough-legged buzzard video from the Netherlands; where this North European species winters.
This video from Britain says about itself:
8 January 2015
Birds of Prey was filmed over the last 7 years…See List Below
0:01 – Young Kestrel at Hells Mouth
1:11 – Buzzard attacked by Jay
3:09 – Peregrine Falcon on The Cliffs
4:08 – Sparrowhawk in The Garden
5:03 – Kestrels Hovering, Hunting and Eating A Snake
7:58 – Juvenile Tawny Owl in The Woods
9:42 – Golden Eagle
11:08 – Buzzards Foraging
12:40 – Great Grey Owl
13:54 – European Eagle Owl
15:23 – Buzzard – Watching You, Watching Me
16:48 – Sparrowhawk in The Lane
18:04 – 2 Young Kestrels on The Cliffs
19:11 – Barn Owl
20:29 – Buzzard in The Trees
22:08 – Bald Eagle
23:37 – Kestrel Hovering Above The People
24:24 – Buzzard on The Prowl
25:42 – Very Young and Fluffy Kestrel at Mutton Cove
26:59 – The Kestrel and The Paraglider
27:50 – Striated Caracara
29:03 – Kestrel at Hells Mouth
31:04 – Harris Hawk
31:40 – Morepork Owl
33:09 – Lanner Falcon
34:00 – Indian Eagle Owl
35:06 – Ashy Faced Barn Owl Chick
36:12 – Kestrel on The Cornish Cliffs
Filmed over many years in Cornwall, England
Video Produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Friday 3rd February 2017
Sixty-four out of the 196 reports were confirmed, including the shooting or attempted shooting of 46 birds of prey, including 16 buzzards, 11 peregrines, three red kites, one red-footed falcon and one hen harrier, a report from the RSPB out today says.
Illegal persecution of birds of prey is still happening too regularly in Britain’s countryside, the RSPB said, and it called for tougher legislation and enforcement to allow the birds to thrive.
This is a marsh harrier video from the Netherlands.
This video from the USA says about itself:
9 January 2017
Beautiful male American Kestrel in the morning sun! North America’s smallest falcon – this one decided to watch me while I watched him – allowing me to get the first really close and clear video of this usually skittish bird. Considered one of the most colorful birds of prey.