Devin Jaffe of Nature’s Educators explains the European common buzzard. The European common buzzard eats small rodents and locusts which often destroy crops and agriculture. Opportunistic feeders, this buzzard will catch whatever prey may be available while it is on the ground. Females of the species are actually two thirds larger than the males.
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