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Buzzard - Wikipedia


Buzzard is the common name of several species of bird of prey: This article may be confusing or unclear to readers. Please help us clarify the article; ...

Buzzard | Define Buzzard at Dictionary.com


Buzzard definition, any of several broad-winged, soaring hawks of the genus Buteo and allied genera, especially B. buteo, of Europe. See more.

Buzzard | Definition of Buzzard by Merriam-Webster


a kind of large bird that eats animals that are already dead. : a kind of large hawk. Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary. Examples: buzzard in a ...

The RSPB: Buzzard


Similar birds. Honey buzzard (illustration) · Honey buzzard · Golden eagle ( illustration) Golden eagle. Find out more. Breeding · Feeding · Legal status ...

Big Ed's Buzzard BBQ | "Even The Buzzards Wait!" | MENU


Lunch Menu. Join us for delicious BBQ lunch at our restaurant! *UPDATES* - BBQ Sauce is now $0.50 - Plate and Sandwich orders come with one side unless  ...

Urban Dictionary: Buzzard


Do not attempt to battle a buzzard because there is always another one lurking behind a dumpster waiting for a cheap shot. Buzzards are known to carry knives,  ...

44th Annual Buzzards Bay Regatta - Home


The 44th Buzzards Bay Regatta presented by Mozzone Lumber featuring Marvin Windows and Doors, will be held August 5-7, 2016 at the Beverly Yacht Club in ...

Buzzard - BirdWatch Ireland


Buzzard. Buteo buteo. Clamhán Status: Largely resident, though Ireland receives birds from Britain during the winter. Conservation Concern: Green-listed in ...

BBC Nature - Common buzzard videos, news and facts


Buzzards are smaller than golden eagles but just as formidable as predators.

Granting this licence to shoot buzzards will unleash a killing spree ...


Aug 4, 2016 ... The recovery of buzzards, which had been wiped out from large swaths of England in the 20th century, has been a rare conservation success ...

any of several broad-winged, soaring hawks of the genus Buteo and allied genera, especially B. buteo, of Europe.
any of several New World vultures of the family Cathartidae, especially the turkey vulture.
Slang. a contemptible or cantankerous person (often preceded by old): That old buzzard has lived in the same shack for twenty years.
Obsolete. senseless; stupid.
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