Hundreds of buzzards being spotted in and around Donegal

There has been a number of sightings of one of Ireland’s most stunning birds in Donegal over the past few weeks.

The buzzard, which can live up to 25 years old, have a wingspan of up to 4.5 feet long.

Birdwatch Ireland has revealed that hundreds of the birds are now flying over Donegal, and March and April are the best times to spot them.

Dick Coombes, Countryside Bird Survey Co-Ordinator, says buzzards are often mistaken in Donegal for the Golden Eagle.....

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