European Honey-buzzard

Scientific name : Pernis apivorus
Other names: Български: Осояд , Brezhoneg: Drask , Català: Aligot vesper , Česky: Včelojed lesní , Dansk: Hvepsevåge , Deutsch: Wespenbussard , Esperanto: Vespobuteo , Español: Halcon abejero , Eesti: Herilaseviu , Basque: Zapelatz liztorjale , Suomi: Mehiläishaukka , Français: Bondrée apivore , Magyar: Darázsölyv , Italiano: Falco pecchiaiolo occidentale , 日本語: ヨーロッパハチクマ , Lietuviškai: Vapsvaėdis , Latviešu: Ķīķis , Nederlands: Wespendief , Norsk (nynorsk): Vepsevåk , Norsk: Vepsevåk , Polski: Trzmielojad zwyczajny , Português: Tartaranhão-apívoro , Русский: Осоед , Svenska: Bivråk , Türkçe: Bayağı arı şahini , Українська: Звичайний осоїд

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In adult birds the entire upper side is nearly completely brown, apart from some darker wing stripes. The underside is whitish-colored with brown cross stripes. In clear contrast are the whitish-grey wings and the similarly colored undertail. The dark wing ...

Sightings

European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard
European Honey-buzzard

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