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An escaped Harris hawk, I think, not a buzzard.
My apologies Mydaea, once again your comment was not showing when I entered my ID.
Chris Brooks - www.dragonfly-images.co.uk
My Flickr site - www.flickr.com/photos/ceb1298
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Last year, I recommended that a client employ a falconer using one of these birds for gull deterrence.
It worked very well, until the hawk discovered that a neighbouring domestic property kept chickens.
The hawk clearly reasoned thus: on the one hand, I have belligerent Herring Gulls with a "come on, if you think you're hard enough" attitude; on the other hand there were these "hello trees, hello sky", plump little chickens...
To cut the story short, we had to buy the neighbour a new chicken. Of course, it was a pedigree, family pet, excellent layer, etc. etc.
Lat/Lng: 53.5339, -2.2551
OS grid ref: SD831041
Large park with wooded area, dense urban area surrounding the park. Photo taken in wooded area, by a stream.