A great opportunist, Eurasian Buzzards have a varied diet of voles, small rodents, birds, frogs, lizards and can often be seen walking over recently ploughed fields looking for worms and insects.
Most prey are captured after a descent from a perch, but this species also soars to locate potential food, and it also hovers like a Kestrel.
Pairs mate for life.
While the plumage is usually brown, the exact colouration and patterning is highly variable, from blackish-brown to pale whitish-brown.
Nature Reserve Viconia Kleiputten, Stuivekenskerke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, 2 September 2022