Notably bigger than Hen Harriers, the chunky Marsh Harrier can even be mistaken for the much bulkier Buzzard at a distance. Females are larger, and are dark brown with golden shoulders and heads. Juveniles resemble females, but usually lack the golden shoulders. The smaller males are pale grey and brown, with grey tails, and grey in the wings, plus white rumps. Usually found in wetter habitats than Hen Harriers.