Wow that's different. I wonder why they hang about there? I don't think we have Buzzards in NZ :)CheersPetewww.hamilton-nz.blogspot.com
that made me smile!
They got thrown out of their habitat, and they have decided to live among humans to live on our refuse and foodstuffs. Also, the way that roof is shaped makes for a better perch area for this congregation!
Is it possible that they found a new roosting place on that roof? I’m no bird expert, but I think that happened during the season when they were trying to migrate. Although I must admit, the exterior area, particularly the roofing of that lodge, became a beautiful thing to look at. =)
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