BEOLINGUS
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long-legged buzzard Adlerbussard {m} (Buteo rufinus) [ornith.]

rough-legged buzzard Raufußbussard {m}; Rauhfußbussard {m} (Buteo lagopus) [ornith.]

fishing buzzard; collared fishing hawk [Am.]; fishing hawk [Am.]; black-collared hawk [Am.]; chestnut hawk [Am.] Fischbussard {m}; Schwarzhalsbussard {m} (Busarellus nigricollis) [ornith.]

grey-faced buzzard eagle Kiefernteesa {m} [ornith.]

rufous-winged buzzard Malaienteesa {m} [ornith.]

grasshopper buzzard eagle Heuschreckenteesa {m} [ornith.]

white-eyed buzzard Weißaugenteesa {m} [ornith.]

augur buzzard Augurbussard {m} [ornith.]

African red-tailed buzzard Salvadoribussard {m} [ornith.]

Madagascar buzzard Madagaskarbussard {m} [ornith.]

African mountain buzzard Bergbussard {m} [ornith.]

ferruginous buzzard Königsbussard {m} [ornith.]

jackal buzzard Felsenbussard {m} [ornith.]

black-chested buzzard eagle Agula {m} [ornith.]

black-breasted buzzard kite Schwarzbrustmilan {m} [ornith.]

black honey buzzard Bismarckweih {m} [ornith.]

long-tailed honey buzzard Langschwanzweih {m} [ornith.]

lizzard buzzard Sperberbussard {m} [ornith.]

barred honey buzzard Celebeswespenbussard {m} [ornith.]

oriental honey buzzard Schopfwespenbussard {m} [ornith.]

buzzards [Br.]; hawks [Am.] (zoological genus) Bussarde {pl} (Buteo) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]

galapagos hawk Galapagosbussard {m} (Buteo galapagoensis)

upland buzzard Hochlandbussard {m}; Mongolenbussard {m} (Buteo hemilasius)

common buzzard; Eurasian buzzard Mäusebussard {m} (Buteo buteo) [ornith.]

European honey buzzard; Western honey buzzard Wespenbussard {m} (Pernis apivorus) [ornith.]

cathartes New World vultures Cathartes-Neuweltgeier {pl} (Cathartes) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]

turkey vulture; turkey buzzard; carrion crow Truthahngeier {m} (Cathartes aura)

lesser yellow-headed vulture; savannah vulture Kleiner Gelbkopfgeier {m} (Cathartes burrovianus)

greater yellow-headed vulture; forest vulture Großer Gelbkopfgeier {m} (Cathartes melambrotus)