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Buzzard is the common name of several species of bird of prey: This article may be confusing ... Lizard buzzard (Kaupifalco monogrammicus); Rufous-winged buzzard (Butastur liventer); Turkey vulture ...

Difference Between Buzzards & Vultures | Animals - mom.me

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Elsewhere in the world, a buzzard is in the same family as Old World vultures – Accipitridae – in the Buteo genus. In North America, the Buteo genus refers to ...

Difference Between Buzzards & Vultures | Cuteness.com

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The words buzzard and vulture mean something different in North America and South America than they do in Europe. Buzzards and vultures are both scave...

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Though commonly called buzzards, the birds are actually vultures. The "buzzard" ... even vultures. All those soaring birds were and are in the same bird family, Accipitridae. ... Maybe birds that eat dead things seem repulsive. But my friends ...

How do you compare a buzzard vs. a vulture? | Reference.com

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While the terms buzzard and vulture are used interchangeably in the United States ... Old World vultures, on the other hand, belong to the same family as raptors.

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Dec 31, 2007 ... Rare close-up view of wild hawk and buzzards dining and flying together. ... it is true us yanks are a bit dumb with the buzzard vulture thing...but its because everyone that was ... what??!! buzzards aren't the same as hawks.

How do vultures compare to buzzards? - Quora

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There is some terminological confusion here because the word "buzzard" means different ... There is some terminological confusion here because the word " buzzard" means different things in different places. ... English, there is no difference at all between a buzzard and a vulture--they're different names for the ...

How to Tell a Black Vulture from a Turkey Vulture - The Zen Birdfeeder

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Apr 20, 2010 ... One of the first things you notice different about the Black Vulture is that the white ... Tennesse has a huge population of buzzards and vultures.

Frequently Asked Questions: Turkey Vultures | The Wildlife Center of ...

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A: Black Vultures and Turkey Vultures share many of the same physical ... Because vultures eat things that are already dead, we do not need to assess their  ...

Turkey Vultures, Turkey Vulture Pictures, Turkey Vulture Facts ...

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The most widespread vulture in North America, the turkey vulture is locally called “buzzard” in many areas. A turkey vulture standing on the ground can, at a ...

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Is There a Difference Between a Vulture and a Buzzard? - HubPages

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Apr 21, 2014 ... The words "vulture" and "buzzard" are used interchangeably in parts of ... and they have the same ecological role as nature's clean up crew.

What is the difference between a vulture and a buzzard? | Yahoo ...

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Jul 12, 2007 ... Is there a difference? Or are they the same bird with 2 different names? Just wondered..

Is a buzzard the same bird as a vulture? - FunTrivia

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Oct 13, 2008 ... No. Vultures are large, carrion-eating birds. For years, it was believed that all vultures were raptors, members of the order Falconiformes.