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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Red-legged Partridge. And the Smew by David Key on our Guest Photos. New! Bobs Wildlife Youtube Channel. Keep your eyes open for "The Springtime Chick Count".

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Thursday, 4 February 2016

Common Buzzard (Buteo buteo)

Standing on street light.





44 comments:

  1. Hello Bob, I like the light in his eye. Great captures of the Buzzard! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  2. Wow weer zo'n mooie Bob lieve groetjes Daniëlle

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  3. Amazing hawk! What's hawk is looking at?

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  4. Gorgeous Bird, that should have a brilliant name rather than just Buzzard~

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  5. Lovely sky, lovely bird, nicely taken with good detail. Just the perch!!!

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  6. Hello. Great picture. Well done Bob.

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  7. Hola Bob,un Ratonero em plena ciudad,magifica toma en su preciso momento.Un abrazo

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  8. Great shots! Wow! Make me feel very envious. Odd to see one on an urban perch.

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  9. A fantastic bird, well captured.


    peter

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  10. Such a proud bird, and great photos!

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  11. Magestic and magnificent - and not common on this side of the pond.
    Thank you.

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    1. Do you haveany birds of prey EC?

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    2. Oh yes. We have eagles and kestrels. And owls. No vultures though. And no buzzards.

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    3. You have a grand amount, thanks EC.

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  12. Many of us here tend to think of buzzards being long necked vultures--- This is a fine looking fellow.

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  13. Im always impressed by these birds and the great shots you do

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  14. Sehr schön der Bussard.

    Gruß
    Noke

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  15. What a beauty! Those are some intense eyes.

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  16. Definitely not common!
    He is a beauty Bob, and I love the look in his eyes.

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    1. Actually, they are quite common, which I am pleased, but they are open to the hunters, louse ridden humans.

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  17. It has killer looks.
    Well captured.

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  18. Wonderful capture on the post.
    We have Wedge tailed Eagles as birds of prey here in Tasmania along with the White Bellied Sea Eagle, the Masked Owl and a few others..

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  19. El halcón se ha buscado una buena atalaya urbana desde la que otear el horizonte.
    Un abrazo,

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  20. You really have some excellent photos!

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  21. Stunning absolutely stunning. Greetings.

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  22. Excelente nitidez y magnífica música.
    Un saludo

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  23. Hello Bob!:) It would be difficult to get a sharper image of this beautiful Buzzard.Fantastic images, but I would rather they didn't prey on our chicks!!:)

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  24. I remember an old song by a British comedian about standing by the lamp post at the corner of the street......George Formby I think his name was. Probably didn't have Buzzards in mind!

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  25. Great photos of the buzzard!
    You were VERY close!!

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  26. Captadas com maestria. Maravilhosas fotos. Abraço.

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