We are fortunate enough to live on the back of the Cambridge Green Belt and watching birds of prey use the field adjacent to our garden is just one of the many delights.

This field in particular (used for grazing sheep) is a really important piece of open ground for birds and other wildlife but is under threat from development. If you are interested in keeping up to date with how you can help save this important piece of the Cambridge Green Belt click here to see the local campaign by the 'Save the Hardwick Green Belt' group.

Hunting from dead trees in the hedgerows.
Prey caught and feasted on. The piece of open pasture land is an important part of the wildlife corridor that the Cambridge Green Belt is.
After the buzzard left, the magpies cleaned up. (Apologies for the blurry photo!)