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Buz·zard

(bŭz'ărd),
Thomas, English physician, 1831-1919. See: Buzzard maneuver.

buzzard

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It was claimed that Natural England treated licences to kill buzzards differently "because of the public controversy which the grant of a licence for the killing of buzzards, to prevent serious damage to a pheasant shoot, would engender, or because of perceived adverse public opinion.
RSPCA inspector Neill Manley, who helped to rescue the bird, said: "This poor buzzard was completely tangled in the tree and was very distressed hanging there.
The buzzard was brought to Mr French on Saturday where he thoroughly examined the bird and, on first inspection, it appeared to be in general good health.
Conservationists criticised government agency Natural England's decision to issue the first ever licence to destroy four buzzard nests to prevent the protected birds preying on young pheasants, which the owners of the shoot said was damaging their business.
The project also includes the addition of a new 230/138 kV transformer and 100 MVAR shunt reactor at Buzzard Point.
RSPB Scotland said 20 birds - including a golden eagle, four red kites and seven buzzards - were deliberately poisoned in 17 separate incidents last year.
The Environment Department (Defra) is to spend nearly pounds 400,000 researching ways to stop buzzards targeting captive-reared pheasants, proposing that nests could be destroyed to stop the birds breeding.
FLYING HIGH: a buzzard in the Warwickshire countryside
CRUEL thugs have killed a pair of young buzzards - luring them with poison-covered live pigeons.
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HUDDERSFIELD'S Academy side went to Leighton Buzzard chasing a place in the quarter-finals of the National Under 19 Cup, but they suffered a 19-8 defeat.
One day through the window I saw a big brown bird rising up, I think it was a buzzard, which I never saw before here.