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Buzzard Eagle | by danob2
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Buzzard Eagle

It is usually possible to make out the generally white underparts with the dark chest-band and tail but you are less likely to see its grey upperparts.


It is found in mountainous or hilly terrain where it spends a lot of time soaring while looking for prey. This consists of mammals such as rabbits, some birds, snakes and carrion.

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Taken on February 8, 2011