Buteo buteo

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Noun1.Buteo buteo - the common European short-winged hawkButeo buteo - the common European short-winged hawk
hawk - diurnal bird of prey typically having short rounded wings and a long tail
Buteo, genus Buteo - broad-winged soaring hawks
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FRIENDS OUR AT DUDLEY CREATURE FEATURES BRING As well as the opportunity to get close to a number of raptors including harris hawks, a red-footed falcon, common buzzard and a Northern White-faced Owl, we'll also be raising awareness about the plight of barn owls and kestrels.
Histomoniasis is a disease almost exclusively of birds in the order Galliformes, but Histomonas has been reported from the intestinal tracts of burrowing owls in Brazil and a common buzzard (Buteo buteo) in Turkey (Davidson, 2008; Ozmen et al.
youngsters (from left) Janine Mitchell, Michelle Croughan, Damian Holland and Robert Fox, took a closer look at a common buzzard, displayed by keeper Mr Dave Lavell during his visit to Royds Hall School, Paddock.
From 2000 to 2007 (data from 2001 unavailable), the 279 raptor sightings comprised common buzzard Buteo buteo (35%), common kestrel Falco tinnunculus (24%), merlin Falco columbarius (14%), peregrine falcon (9%), short-eared owl Asio flammeus (9%), northern goshawk Accipiter gentilis (4%) and hen harrier (4%).
The site's ancient woodland provides a natural habitat for British wildlife including deer, squirrel owls, kingfishers, woodpecker and occasional visits from heron and the common buzzard are also noted.
On March 15, 2010, a highly pathogenic avian influenza virus was isolated from the carcass of a common buzzard (Buteo buteo) in Bulgaria.
The common buzzard is a species native to Britain and one I and many others have delighted in watching as they recovered from years of 19th and 20th Century persecution and pesticide poisoning.
Clinical hematology and blood chemistry values for the common buzzard.
But the 36-year-old only had time to rattle off a few shots before it was snatched up by a common buzzard, which carried it off in its talons.
Steadily increasing, I suspect the latest BTO Bird Atlas survey for 2007-11 will reveal a population explosion for the common buzzard among many other gems of information.
The influenza was found in a common buzzard (Buteo buteo) found dead during the weekend in an area called Svino Strand in southern Zealand.
The centre has already successfully reintroduced the Common Buzzard on to the North Downs.