I heard the crows complaining and saw a Buzzard flying away with a prey, but droped it. I checked the carcass it was a Tawnyowl still warm with a half eaten head. After 1 hr the Buzzard came back to finish his meal. Due to disturbance from the crows he left for good.
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CitationLorenzo Vinciguerra, IBC1560848. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1560848.
Lorenzo Vinciguerra, IBC1560848. Photo of Eurasian Buzzard Buteo buteo at Arbon, Switzerland. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1560848.
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