On 22 September 2002, an adult male Marsh Harrier was seen subdueing a struggling Eurasian Teal, presumably captured seconds before from a larger flock of several hundreds. After 4 minutes, a juvenile Marsh Harriers arrived at the spot where the male was plucking and eating, followed by two more juveniles after respectively 10 and 20 minutes. Successively, each juvenile took its turn in consuming the Teal after the male deserted it. Between 6-11 Carrion Crows Corvus corone and a juvenile Common Buzzard Buteo buteo were also attracted to the kill, but were not allowed to feed upon it.