Hawks and Buzzards around the world

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19:16 Long eared owl call in the distance
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I read it in the reports on the Hungarian site.
It appears that the first Egg was laid at 12:45. :loveshower:
https://madarles.hu/egereszolyv

I have looked back for a moment and indeed I think so too
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March 23

Hungary:
https://madarles.hu/egereszolyv

6:35
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6:50 Male brings a twig
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March 24

6:44 Difficult to see if there is already a second egg, but it could be
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7:19 two eggs visible
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7:29 Male comes with a mouse, female with nesting material. Male flies away with the mouse
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March 27
Hungary:
https://madarles.hu/egereszolyv

Still two eggs?
It's hard to see
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At 18:37:24 the third Egg was laid
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2:31 Female is alert. There is danger and she threatens with the wings and call a few times. At the end of the movie you can hear rumbling under the tree.
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Buzzard Hungary (Wildlife in the reeds)
https://madarles.hu/elovilag-a-nadasban

17:33 Buzzard And at the end a Magpie
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Hungary Buzzard
https://madarles.hu/egereszolyv

11:40 little feeding two chickens
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May 11

Hungary Buzzard
https://madarles.hu/egereszolyv
How well they grow

8:57 feeding time, a mouse
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15:02 A salamander or Lizard ?
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Marietta College Red-shouldered Hawks 2021 ©marietta.edu

Live: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdHp1W ... Xw2Dw/live

2021 Marietta College Red-shouldered Hawks Cam Season Highlights

The only chick of the Red Shoulder Hawks hatched on April 24. Kidnapped by an owl on the night of May 11. RIP little one, fly high

2021/5/7 15:12:01 Cute little one with parents
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2021/5/11 Cuddle by Mom
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So sad :cry:
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May 23

11:47 feeding





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https://madarles.hu/egereszolyv
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12:10 over the edge. They growing well
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CWRI Long legged buzzard (Buteo rufinus) 2021 © cwri.net Cyprus Wildlife
Live: https://www.facebook.com/cypruswildlife ... e_internal

2021 CWRI Long-legged Buzzards Cam Season Highlights

The Cyprus Wildlife Research Institute, located in Cyprus, announced on the official Facebook page on March 23 this year that there are four eggs in the breeding program of the Long-legged buzzards. These eggs are laid by a pair of Long-legged buzzard who unable to return to nature after being rescued, so they survive in the Wildlife Sanctuary in Taskent Nature Park.
Official Facebook Information: https://www.facebook.com/cypruswildlife ... 8325643581

#1 hatched on April 6, and #2 hatched between April 10 and April 12. The other two eggs did not hatch. #1 fledged on May 25 (49 days), #2 fledged on May 26 (44 days) :2thumbsup:

2021/4/12 10:47:23 Two babies :loveshower:
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2021/5/20 13:54:07 Mom and her two Juvies
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Leucistic Red-Tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) 2021 © windowtowildlife.org Window To Wildlife
Live: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjkONC ... BMrCw/live

2021 Leucistic Red-Tailed Hawk Cam Season Highlights April 30- June 2

Angel is a very rare Leucistic Red-Tailed Hawk. Her and her mate, Mohawk have been thriving for about 5 years. They lives in the south eastern part of the USA. The local landowners have been observing her since she arrived and nested. They has 3 chicks this year. Unfortunately, the official did not record the date of laying and hatching. The vision this year is not very good, the official will adjust in the next season.
#1 fledged on May 23, #2 fledged on May 23, #3 fledged on June 1

2021/5/3 16:32:17 1.3.2. #1 got most of the food, it was much bigger than siblings, especially when it was standing while his siblings were sitting.
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2021/5/16 17:40:02 2.1.3. They are the normal plumage color, not the same as their mom Angel
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