Buzzard garden bird


Size: 50-56 CM, 20-21 Inch

The Buzzard is a typical large winged bird that is prevalent in most of the east and west of Europe. It reproduces across most of the western region in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Buzzards are common in central Europe, apart from in the North of Scandinavia; they are mostly non-existent here. The Buzzards that are in the northeast of Europe travel to the south and west during autumn and winter, occasionally in fairly large quantities.

The Buzzards preferred environment is integrated forest near to the countryside, providing them with the perfect chance to nest and feed within a close vicinity, although they can be spotted in highland and moorland locations. They can regularly be observed wandering over gardens and town centres, in countryside locations.

Buzzards arrive with several different feathers, and have a really graceful flight mannerism curling into the sky. The can frequently be noticed though their 'me-aw' similar to a cat.

This Buzzard displays one of its acute feathers. It is really pale on it's under parts, with a bit of brown specks on the side of their breasts. Their head is strikingly lighter than on the usual bird, with a noticeable white and prideful manner, and they have short feathers that cover their ears.

  • The wing outline of the Buzzard is very unique, especially when they glide, when they are observed flying towards you. Their wings are constantly held a little above body level, with their wing tips upturned somewhat.
  • Their broad wings, big heads, and short tails are simply viewed when a Buzzard flies above. This dark bird displays a number of distinguishing characteristics, including their brown head, breasts and tummy dissimilar with their light under tail. They have unique three-toned wings.
  • This pale bird exhibits dark carpal blotches plus wing tips, with a dark straggling border towards the wings and a typical dark tail band.
  • When they are viewed from above, the Buzzard is a bird of limited difference, however, a dark guiding border to their front wing is visible and a great view exposes darker straggling edge to their wings in addition to the tip of their tail, which is opposite to the regular lighter looking rear end.
  • Buzzards are great chance feeders, slaughtering for themselves or gaining benefits from deaths due to natural reasons. Unfortunately this indicates that this fantastic creature is vulnerable to a great deal of harassment from specific individuals. Toxic bate is a magnificent tactic of causing a gradual agonising death to a marvellous bird.