Well heres my attempt just for you Gary.
I know when they are just tiny dots in the sky its difficult but there are differences some of which i have pointed out below.
Buzzards really do have a different wing profile than WTSE.
Autumn is very much here shorter days combined with colder evenings.
Even the Bracken looks nice with different colous brightening the landscape.
Not really a Bracken lover, It spreads rapidly, Harbours the ticks that bite me, Cuts my hands when i try to pull it up, and produces Carcinogenic spores yuk hate the stuff.
Not sure if Bracken or Midges are my least favourite hmmmm No i will go for Midges although a valuable food supply for the rest of the food chain.
Cant we develop a new strain which cant bite!
Exhibit 1 White Tailed Sea-Eagle in Profile.
Long Protruding Head
Very Rectangular wing. (Deep)
Distinct Saw Toothed trailing edge.
Short White Tail
Glides on very flat wings.
Soars with Raised wings.
Wedge shaped tail.
|Greylag Geese grazing on Mull.|
The numbers of Greylag Geese seem to increase by the year.
Should we be worried i will let you ponder!