Bee hawk

Related to Bee hawk: sphinx moth
(Zool.) the honey buzzard.
(Zool.) the honey buzzard.

See also: Bee, Hawk

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More than 300 species of moth have been recorded, including the rare small eggar moth and arrow-bordered bee hawk moth.
Wedi cael yr enw Broad -bordered Bee Hawk Moth gennych chi dyma fynd ati eto ar y cyfrifiadur ond yn anffodus, pan ymddangosodd llun lindys y gwyfyn hwn ar y sgrin, nid dyma''''r un a welsom ond ar yr un wefan roedd llun o''''r Pale Tussock Moth a dyma''''r union un oedd yn ein gardd.
Colin Bolger, fresh from riding in Norway on Thursday, struck when urging Bee Hawk to rally back past Albarino for the novices' handicap chase.
Kevin Bishop was singing Colin Bolger's praises after the 3lb claimer had got Bee Hawk home in front in the two-and-a-half-mile handicap chase.
One of the most intriguing behavioural traits of these birds is the particular feeding preference that give the raptor its alternative name of bee hawk.
Another sufferer in the melee was the Tom Doyle-ridden Marked Man, while Bee Hawk unshipped Tom O'Brien independently.
The money will help species like the black bog ant, the three lobed water crowfoot plant, the marsh fritillary butterfly and the narrow bordered bee hawk moth.
The mare was unusually hesitant at her hurdles, but she showed battling qualities when needed to repel the half-hearted challenge of Bee Hawk.
P aul Nicholls and Ruby Walsh also left with a double, courtesy of Luneray in the two-and-ahalf-mile handicap chase and Bee Hawk in the three-mile novice hurdle.
The Paul Nicholls-trained Bee Hawk seemed well in control at the final hurdle but stumbled badly on landing and pitched his rider, Paul O'Neill, who had little chance of keeping the partnership intact, out of the saddle.
lWillie Carson lands a Nottingham double via Big String (Hugh Williams) and Bee Hawk (Gordon Smyth).