I realise that this is not a moth record but it is wildlife related. Whilst out running this morning I was crossing a field near my home in Norton Sub Hamdon when I felt a blow to the top of my head which caused me to stumble forward and drew a minute amount of blood. I looked around and saw a Buzzard flying away and land in a nearby tree. When I set off again it flew straight at me and only stopped a metre or so away from my wild gesticulations. It repeated the unprovoked attack another three times despite a well aimed stone. I continued my run but flinched every time a Blackbird or Dunnock flew past me. I have heard of Arctic Skuas and Arctic Terns acting like this and have been dive bombed by Herring Gulls in the past but I have never heard of this behaviour from a buzzard and would appreciate any comments from others who may have had a similar experience.