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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Rocuronium bromide has recently been reported to dilate the pupil of orange-winged parrots (Amazona amazonica) (36) and several other species of birds, including Hispaniolan Amazon parrots, (37,38) tawny owls (Strix aluco), (39) common buzzards (Buteo buteo), little owls, (40) and European kestrels (Falco tinnunculus).
Induction of mydriasis with the use of topical rocuronium bromide is reported in the common buzzard (Buteo buteo), little owl (Athene noctua) (BARSOTTI et al., 2010a), tawny owl (Strix aluco) (BARSOTTI et al., 2010b) and European kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) (BARSOTTI et al., 2012) without adverse side effects.
On one occasion we were convinced that a buzzard (Buteo buteo) had swallowed a radio-collared Glis because the very faint radio signal located in a tree suddenly appeared more obvious, became very loud as a buzzard flew over the two field monitors, then disappeared never to be located again.
Feeding behavior of each diurnal and nocturnal raptor Common name Species Predatory behavior Buzzard Buteo buteo Eats birds, amphibians, reptiles; hunts in the woods or in open spaces, exclusively on the ground.
Alauda arvensis, Calandrella rufescens, Haliaeetus albicilla, Ptyonoprogne rupestris and Turdus philomelos species reported to be local residents by Jonnson (2006) were found to be summer migrants, while Buteo buteo, reported to be summer migrant, was found to be local resident.
However, on two occasions raptors were seen to strike grouse (peregrine and goshawk Accipiter gentilis each once) and raptors were flushed from freshly killed grouse on 15 occasions: peregrine and buzzard Buteo buteo (each 5), goshawk (3), and hen harrier and spar-rowhawk Accipiter nisus (each 1).
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., 2009; Andery et al., 2013).
Common buzzards (Buteo buteo) bio-indicators of heavy metals pollution in Sicily (Italy).
Biomonitoring with the buzzard Buteo buteo in the Netherlands: heavy metals and sources of variation.