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Boyd's Buzzard, Buteo boydi is a species of Buteo in the Accipitridae family. It is found through Europe.
It is closely related to the Red-tailed Hawk and Rough-legged Buzzard, and may have evolved from the latter.[alt. univ.]
Black-bellied Buzzard, Black-bellied Hawk, Boyd's Hawk.
It is named after John Boyd III, the owner of Taxonomy in Flux.[real world]
Boyd's Buzzard is a large 20–23 in (51–58 cm) buteo, with a wingspan of 50–56 in (130–140 cm). It usually weighs around 2.25–3.25 lb (1.02–1.47 kg).
Common Buzzard has a white breast. Rough-legged Buzzard only has black on its belly and legs. Golden Eagle is larger and dark all over.
- ^ a b Travis, George 2314. A new species of buzzard from the Devonshire highlands. Devonshire Journal of Ornithology (University of Hera, Zoological Department) 12 (1): 1-4.[alt. univ.]
- ^ Future IUCN
It is somewhat based on the White-eyed Buzzard as well as the Rough-legged Buzzard.