Sweden: The Common Buzzard—The Most Common Raptor In Sweden

The Common Buzzard–The Most Common Raptor In Sweden

There are about 40000 Buzzards in Sweden, and they are a common sight along the roadsides. Similar to the Rough-legged Buzzard ,but some migrate others not.

A wide variety in color from dark brown to light , pale brown.

A common bird where I live, North Stockholm, Uppland, Sweden.

On photo an adult bird,


Photo: Ann Novek 

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