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    A buzzard pouncing on some thing after the grass had been cut
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    A mouse or vole I suspect - poor thing!

    Great shot though, Beryl!

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    Thank you Catherine

    Oh yes always after the farmer cuts the grass the Buzzards look for lunch.

    There is a Pair of Buzzards I often watch them but are just too far away to get a good shot of them together

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    Could even be a large worm, often see them in the foields following the harrow or plough.
    Rolf

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    Oh, the choice! Wee, furry creatures or worms?

    Hope I don't come back as a Buzzard.. Think I would prefer to be a monkey as I love bananas!

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    I don't like monkeys

    I would like to be a bird

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