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RE: Bird of prey


The other remote possibility is the Snowy Owl that was drifting around Anglesey, relocating to the hills

Need some detail of head shape, wing shape, tail shape, colour - anything

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Maybe you could've (or still could) obtain a 'boc' shot Paul, otherwise it may be difficult proving it to the Welsh Records Panel should you submit the record, with reference to my post 08/01/18 on the North Wales & Anglesey thread.

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Sorry for lack of photo. Ive come to the conclusion its a immature white tailed eagle as suggested. So much than anything ive seen



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Without the photo or a brief description, it's hard to know. Size is so difficult to judge. Buzzard & Red Kite are the candidates - opt for the obvious !

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Wandering immature White-tailed? I seem to remember the bird in East Yorkshire turned up around this time of year.

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Just been shown a photo of a large bird of prey high in the sky near llanberis snowdonia taken last week. Does look eagle size  ?...  Any ideas 



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