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Buz·zard

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

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Buzzards sometimes hover in the manner of kestrels, although with considerably less aplomb, and I've seen a buzzard catch a blackbird in mid-air.
I'm relieved - that was my first buzzard anaesthetic," she confessed afterwards.
One of coach Buzzards changes in the program was getting his wrestlers involved in freestyle and Greco-Roman in the off-season.
The watershed area around Buzzards Bay is 435 square miles, which includes portions of 21 cities and towns and about 250,000 residents.
On five occasions between 2011-14, Natural England refused Mr McMorn a licence to kill buzzards which were preying on pheasants he raised for shoots.
JOGGERS have been put on alert after a spate of vicious buzzard attacks along a popular running route.
Craig said: "Birds of prey, including buzzards, still suffer heavily from persecution, with shooting and poisoning major threats.
Buzzards are increasingly becoming a menace to other wildlife.
Five carcasses of common buzzards found in different areas were submitted to the Regional Diagnostic Lab on Avian Influenza after March 15, 2010; only 1 was carrying HPAIV (H5N1).
OUTRAGE from wildlife experts has led to plans to capture buzzards being dropped.
A MIDLAND teenage gamekeeper who clubbed badgers to death and killed two buzzards has been was given a six-month suspended jail sentence.
A Midland teenage gamekeeper who clubbed badgers to death and killed two buzzards ahead of the shooting season was given a six-month suspended jail sentence yesterday.