A jay attacks a rather calm common buzzard with a vertical swoop at Tzoumerka mountains. Though much smaller, jays are particularly dynamic and fearless birds. As soon as they detect a bigger predator in their area they are attacking with swift but careful movements that always stop shortly before they get in touch with it. Although common buzzards do not seem to be afraid, most attacks are efficient because the buzzards are quite disturbed by the continuous hustle and fuss of the jay. This particular jay needed only five fake attacks before the buzzard flew away.