In some Buzzard nests with nestlings, located in the Kampinoski National Park, surplus food was found — two or more items of small rodents, mainly voles, without traces of damage, stored in nests. Part of the stored prey was in various stages of decay. Surplus prey items were more frequent in farmland nests than in forest nests.
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