Two baby grey buzzard eagles have been born prematurely at theInternational Bird of Prey Centre in Newent in Gloucestershire. Because of the cold weather the chicks are being hand-reared for the first few weeks of their lives.
The species comes from South America and when fully-grown, these chicks could have a wingspan of 80 inches.
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