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    Large Bird of Prey 2100m in Morzine (French Alps)... what was it?

    Two were possibly juveniles and the one which stood out was similar distance away as the others but was a good 3rd of the size bigger. I was going up on the Nyon chairlift and seeing these three just gliding around easily whilst the two hawks were spiralling around diving and banking. Looking...
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    Large Bird of Prey 2100m in Morzine (French Alps)... what was it?

    I was hoping you'd say Golden Eagle. The colours seem to match that and the size was huge from what I'm used to seeing. It had two other similar shaped birds with it but were smaller. I didn't think Golden Eagles would be this far down or as low as 2100m. Was a wonderful sight anyway.
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    Large Bird of Prey 2100m in Morzine (French Alps)... what was it?

    Heh all new here but am an avid bird of prey lover. I'm used to seeing Red Kites, Buzzards etc and habe been to Morzine in the French Alps for the last 29 years mountain biking. Every year I see buzzards (possibly honey buzzards) but this year I went up to the top of Pointe we Nyon which is...
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