Today, some friends of mine went for the annual trip to Heligoland. For some reasons, I’m unable to be there, too. So, this image is a memorial to our trip last year!
You might have noticed this image in my top of 2018 collection last week. I really recommend clicking in the image to resize it.
In November 2018 I was observing these to buzzards. One of them came and sat down on the branch, facing me in my hide. A few minutes later, the second buzzard cam from my back and attacked the first arrival. After a short fight, the first arrival fled and landed in only a short distance behind the branch and stayed. Both buzzards stayed in that positions for several minutes (10-15): the second buzzard on the branch and the first buzzard on the left behind the branch.
Probably, on of you is able to explain that situation to me. I assume, the second one is one of the parents of the first one and still trying to get rid of the kid. Or is it a couple? I can’t decide them. I even can’t decide, which of them is male and which a female. Buzzard look so similar. The only fact is, males are about 1/3 smaller than the females.
During the last months I presented many different aspects from the German North Sea cost. So, I guess, it’s time for a change and I take you on a trip to the Isle of Skye. The island is part of the inner Hebrides and is located in the Irish Sea, near the west cost of Scotland. Last year I already published a short review post.