Wildlife : Birdwatching - 565
The common buzzard (Buteo buteo)
Once in the summer I walked through a harsh impassable forest, there flows a river that does not freeze even in winter, and the whole area is wet, swampy.
This is the place.
Suddenly, I heard a plaintive "meow"! I did not understand at first, then i listened carefully, but yes, it’s definitely someone mewed. I immediately thought that it could be a lynx, but where should she be from, in such a forest... And then some big bird flashed in the crowns of trees and meowed. It turned out that these birds make such mournful nasal sounds resembling a mewing cat.
I followed the bird, and it turned out that she was not alone there, and they had a nest there on top of a spruce. They flew around me telling each other about my location.