Sunday, 17 May 2009

Honey Buzzard - 230 and Counting

A few worhwhile hours was spent at Swanton Novers Raptor Watchpoint. A male Honey Buzzard was on view from c2.40 to 3.32, flying directly overhead and very occasionally wing clapping. About 7 Common Buzzard were noted, with both Kestrel and Sparrowhawk present. As I was leaving someone picked up a Red Kite, so I reversed and reparked!

Carl was there with an SLR, imagine what he was able to get!

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