Last week we were out on some OSR stubble. It was v windy and I tucked the truck close to a thick hedge. A couple of buzzards were hunting over the field and an adult started to hover rather clumsily about 110 yds infront of us. We both were watching through bins as it stooped down to catch something in the stubble. Almost immeadiately a fox came steaming out of the thick hedge about 20yds away, que exit of buzzard.
Foxey searched area and started to chew on the buzzards meal. Sadly it then collided with a high sped Nosler via my mates 6mm BR, bit easy at 120yds.
She was an adult vixen and clearly was well used to robbing buzzards for tea.
Fox cubs in our area are adult sized and we saw the first moggie sized ones in early May.
Weather interupting activities but will be in serious action next week.