Tuesday, November 2, 2010

BUZZARD EAGLE IN THE PINES


The Grey-faced Buzzard Eagle (Butastur indicus) is a visitor to Okinawa from November to March every year. They come from Eastern China, Eastern Russia and Mainland Japan.

They are raptors and feed on snakes, frogs and rodents.

To me, they are a sign of cooling weather.

To my Huskies they mean long walks.

To my wife they mean I'm busy. SO, SOMEBODY ELSE HAS TO WEED THE GARDEN !

More about Grey-faced Buzzard Eagles HERE.

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