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Buzzards up close!

Updated: Mar 22, 2021

We were delighted to see this pair of buzzards coming down to feed in Bullfinch Glade! This pair will be preparing to breed and likely will now be building a nest somewhere around the site.

Buzzards often reuse nests from previous years, resulting in some nests weighing over 200kg!! They will lay between 2 and 6 eggs, with the eggs incubated for 33 days by both the female and male (although to be fair the female does most of this work!). The young will stay in the nest for up to 54 days before fledging. Look out for parents with accompanying young later on in the summer.

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