Buteo buteo

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Buteo buteo

a large predator bird that stalks terrestrial prey rather than other birds, and may eat carrion or vegetable matter. Called also buzzard.
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Pooled lung, trachea, liver, cecal tonsil, and gizzard tissue from a common buzzard were injected into embryonated chicken eggs, and an avian influenza virus (A/ common buzzard/Bulgaria/38WB/2010) was isolated.
One of the adult White-tailed Sea Eagles may have captured the nestling Common Buzzard as prey for it own nestlings and failed to kill it during capture and transport.
We were unable to locate a copy of Suchelet (1897), who apparently reported a hybrid between Common Buzzard and Rough-legged Hawk.
Age, n Species Nestling Juvenile Adult Barn owl 0 1 3 Common buzzard 1 15 32 Common kestrel 7 55 10 Northern goshawk 0 23 11 Long-eared owl 0 2 11 Peregrine falcon 1 1 2 Red kite 0 1 3 Eurasian sparrowhawk 0 13 14 Tawny owl 2 6 7 White-tailed sea eagle 0 2 14 Total 11 119 107 Sex, n Species Female Male Unknown Total Barn owl 0 0 4 4 Common buzzard 7 16 25 48 Common kestrel 5 8 59 72 Northern goshawk 16 18 0 34 Long-eared owl 3 1 9 13 Peregrine falcon 3 1 0 4 Red kite 1 0 3 4 Eurasian sparrowhawk 24 3 0 27 Tawny owl 1 1 13 15 White-tailed sea eagle 8 8 0 16 Total 68 56 113 237 Table 2.
Two marsh harriers quartered the area looking for prey, while a common buzzard loafed about on a tree trunk, washed far up the marsh by spring tides.
The centre has already successfully reintroduced the Common Buzzard on to the North Downs.
youngsters |(from left) Janine Mitchell, Michelle Croughan, Damian Holland and Robert Fox, take a closer look at a common buzzard, displayed by keeper Mr Dave Lavell during his visit to Royds Hall School, Paddock.
Consequently, this study is aimed at elucidating which pin design offers more pull-out strength in certain bones of the common buzzard (Buteo buteo).
Other raptors now seen increasingly around Birmingham include common buzzards, sparrowhawks and kestrels, together with tawny owls, little owls and barn owls.
I will first analyse these in one population of Common Buzzards Buteo buteo, where over 1900 nestlings i.
Porthmadog-born painter Iwan Lewis won with his oil and wax painting Mixing In, which was inspired by the common buzzards around his North Wales home, while Bangor artist Gareth Griffith won with his painting Blue Tent 1, which was inspired by a tent he used while living in Jamaica in the early '70s.
11,12) In common buzzards (Buteo buteo) and little owls (Athene noctua), rocuronium was topically applied concurrently in both eyes without the occurrence of any adverse effects.