Crows attack on Harrier
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|Marsh Harrier (Cyrcus aeruginosus)|
Falco di palude.
Carrion Crow (Corvus corone cornix)
In cleptoparassitismo su Falco di palude.
La preda era verosimilmente un cucciolo di lepre.
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I saw many times this behaviour. Not with a marsh harrier, but with a common buzzard. The crows are numerous, and poor bird of prey is without any hope. Well done!
- [2009-03-31 8:41]
Excellent shot. The crows have won- the prey has been released and is falling. The different wing positions of the crows and their wingtip feather spreading are very nice.
Ottimo scatto e ben inquadrato; complimenti!
Ciao e grazie, Emanuele