Synonyms for honey_buzzard_pernis_apivorus or Related words with honey_buzzard_pernis_apivorus

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Examples of "honey_buzzard_pernis_apivorus"
It is larger and longer winged than its western counterpart, the European honey buzzard, "Pernis apivorus".
The European honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus"), also known as the pern or common pern, is a bird of prey in the family Accipitridae.
Notable birds in this ecoregion are honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus"), goshawk ("Accipiter gentilis"), black vulture ("Aegypius monachus"), bimaculated lark ("Melanocorypha bimaculata") and Caspian snowcock ("Tetraogallus caspius"). Eagles here are the lesser spotted eagle ("Aquila pomarina") and the golden eagle ("Aquila chrysaetos"). The ecoregion is also a breeding area for the little bustard ("Tetrax tetrax") and black woodpecker ("Dryocopus martius").
Woodland birds include wood warbler ("Phylloscopus sibilatrix"), stock pigeon ("Columba oenas"), European honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus") and northern goshawk ("Accipiter gentilis"). Common buzzard ("Buteo buteo") is very common and common raven ("Corvus corax") is spreading. Birds seen more rarely include red kite ("Milvus milvus"), wintering great grey shrike ("Lanius exubitor") and hen harrier ("Circus cyaneus") and migrating ring ouzel ("Turdus torquatus") and wheatear ("Oenanthe oenanthe").
This broad-winged raptor has a wide variety of plumages, and in Europe can be confused with the similar rough-legged buzzard ("Buteo lagopus") and the distantly related European honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus"), which mimics the common buzzard's plumage for a degree of protection from northern goshawks. The plumage can vary in Britain from almost pure white to black, but is usually shades of brown, with a pale 'necklace' of feathers.
The nature reserve covers 7730 acres along the Beli Lom River west of Krivnya. Includes woodlands called “Alibaliytsa”, “Kortelov grob”, “Ortaburun”, “Goryanska padina”, “Kiseltsite” and “Dabova gora” all dominated by oak and lime trees. Some of the animal species that live in the reserve are wildcat (Felis silvestris), forest sanlishvets (Driomys nitedula), ground squirrel (Spermophilus citellus), red deer (Cervus elaphus), rusty shelduck (Tadorna ferruginea), Egyptian vulture (Neophron percnopterus), Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis), owl (Bubo bubo), honey-buzzard (Pernis apivorus), short-legged lizard (Ablephaurus kitgaibelli).
A number of birds and over 80 species of butterflies (47% of all the species in the country) have been spotted there. Among the birds, the most important species are the European nightjar ("Caprimulgus europaeus"), the woodlark ("Lullula arborea"), the red-backed shrike ("Lanius collurio"), and the European honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus"). The significant butterfly species are "Euphydryas aurinia", "Coenonympha oedippus" (its most northern area), "Zerynthia polyxena", and "Lopinga achine".
The Rospuda Valley and its adjacent forests are inhabited by the following protected birds: hazel grouse ("Bonasa bonasia"), the capercaillie ("Tetrao urogallus"), spotted crake ("Porzana porzana"), the corn crake ("Crex crex"), the common crane ("Grus grus"), the white-tailed eagle ("Haliaeetus albicilla"), lesser spotted eagle ("Aquila pomarina"), marsh harrier, the European honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus"), the Tengmalm's owl ("Aegolius funereus"), the white stork ("Ciconia ciconia"), the black woodpecker, the white-backed woodpecker ("Dendrocopos leucotos"), the red-backed shrike ("Lanius collurio"), the barred warbler ("Sylvia nisoria") and other. The area serves as a haunt for birds nesting nearby, e.g. in Augustów Primeval Forest.
Species of birds: golden eagle ("Aquila chrysaetos"), lesser spotted eagle ("Aquila pomarina"), common kingfisher ("Alcedo athis"), hazel grouse ("Bonasa bonasia"), hen harrier ("Circus cyaneus"), Eurasian eagle-owl ("Bubo bubo"), short-toed snake eagle ("Circaetus gallicus"), red-breasted flycatcher ("Ficedula parva"), European honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus"), European nightjar ("Caprimulgus europaeus"), grey-headed woodpecker ("Picus canus"), Ural owl ("Strix uralensis"), corn crake ("Crex crex"), barred warbler ("Sylvia nisoria"), red-backed shrike ("Lanius collurio"), ortolan bunting ("Emberiza hortulana"), European roller ("Coracias garrulus"), Montagu's harrier ("Circus pygargus") or middle spotted woodpecker ("Dendrocopos medius").
The fauna reported by the European Environment Agency in the area, as well as in Almindingen and Ølene, include the invertebrates "Dytiscus latissimus" (a species of beetle), and "Graphoderus bilineatus" (a species of beetle in family Dytiscidae). The bird species recorded are Tengmalm’s owl ("Aegolius funereus"), Eurasian bittern ("Botaurus stellaris"), European nightjar ("Caprimulgus europaeus"), western marsh harrier ("Circus aeruginosus"), hen harrier ("Circus cyaneus"), corn crake ("Crex crex"), black woodpecker ("Dryocopus martius"), common crane ("Grus grus"), white-tailed eagle ("Haliaeetus albicilla"), lesser grey shrike ("Lanius minor"), red kite ("Milvus milvus"), osprey ("Pandion haliaetus"), and European honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus"). The mammal species reported are Bechstein's bat ("Myotis bechsteinii") and pond bat ("Myotis dasycneme").
There are 147 avian species that are associated with the Peneda-Gerês park, especially along the Mourela region in the southern part of its frontier. In this region, although it might vary throughout the year (given climate and season), approximately 36 species make their nests in the area. Of particular note in this park are the: hen harrier ("Circus cyaneus"), European honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus"), common snipe ("Gallinago gallinago"), red-backed shrike ("Lanius collurio"), yellowhammer ("Emberiza citrinella"), garden warbler("Sylvia borin") and whinchat ("Saxicola rubetra"). For the winchat ("Saxicola rubetra"), the area of Mourela is the unique nesting ground in Portugal, while the red-backed shrike and yellowhammer are limited to Castro Lombeiro plateau and northern corners of the park.
Three areas of Haldon have been designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs). The largest is Haldon Forest which covers most of the high woodland north of the A380 road as far as the Haldon Belvedere. This area is primarily designated because of its bird life. It is a nationally significant habitat for the European nightjar (Caprimulgus europaeus) with about 80 pairs breeding here. In addition six bird of prey species breed here: the nationally rare European honey buzzard (Pernis apivorus), the nationally scarce goshawk (Accipiter gentilis), the Eurasian hobby (Falco subbuteo), Eurasian sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus), common buzzard (Buteo buteo) and common kestrel (Falco tinnunculus). In addition, there have been a total of 35 species of butterflies recorded, including the nationally rare high brown fritillary ("Fabriciana adippe") and pearl-bordered fritillary ("Boloria euphrosyne"). Many moth and dragonfly species are also present.
Some large broad-winged birds rely on thermal columns of rising hot air to enable them to soar. These include many birds of prey such as vultures, eagles, and buzzards, but also storks. These birds migrate in the daytime. Migratory species in these groups have great difficulty crossing large bodies of water, since thermals only form over land, and these birds cannot maintain active flight for long distances. Mediterranean and other seas present a major obstacle to soaring birds, which must cross at the narrowest points. Massive numbers of large raptors and storks pass through areas such as the Strait of Messina, Gibraltar, Falsterbo, and the Bosphorus at migration times. More common species, such as the European honey buzzard "Pernis apivorus", can be counted in hundreds of thousands in autumn. Other barriers, such as mountain ranges, can also cause funnelling, particularly of large diurnal migrants. This is a notable factor in the Central American migratory bottleneck. Batumi bottleneck in the Caucasus is one of the heaviest migratory funnels on earth. Avoiding flying over the Black Sea surface and across high mountains, hundreds of thousands of soaring birds funnel through an area around the city of Batumi, Georgia. Birds of prey such as honey buzzards which migrate using thermals lose only 10 to 20% of their weight during migration, which may explain why they forage less during migration than do smaller birds of prey with more active flight such as falcons, hawks and harriers.
Twenty-six species of birds registered in the Reserve are enlisted in Red Data Book of the Moscow Region. Among them: 8 species of birds of prey: Osprey Pandion haliaetus L., European honey buzzard Pernis apivorus L., black kite Milvus migrans Bodd., hen harrier Cyrcus cyaneus L., Montagu's harrier Cyrcus pygargus L., booted eagle Hieraetus pennatus Gm., greater spotted eagle Aquila clanga Pall., red-footed falcon Falco vespertinus L., 1 species of wader: Great snipe Gallinago media Lath., 1 species of dove: stock dove Columba oenas L., 3 species of owls: Eurasian eagle owl Bubo bubo L., Eurasian scops owl Otus scops L., little owl Athene noctua Scop., 2 species of roller: roller Coracius garrulous L., common kingfisher Alcedo atthis L., 1 species of hoopoe: common hoopoe Upupa epops L., 5 species of woodpecker: Green woodpecker Picus canus Gm., white-backed woodpecker Dendrocopos leucotos Bechst., middle spotted woodpecker Dendrocopos medius L., Eurasian three-toed woodpecker Picoides tridactylus L. and 5 species of passerines: wood lark Lullula arborea (L.), great grey shrike Lanius excubitor L., Eurasian nutcracker Nucifraga caryocatactes (L.), barred warbler Sylvia nisoria (Bechst.), azure tit Paruus cyanus Pall.).
Grey heron ("Ardea cinerea"), white stork ("Ciconia ciconia"), garganey ("Anas querquedula"), tufted duck ("Aythya fuligula"), red kite ("Milvus milvus"), hen harrier ("Circus cyaneus"), Eurasian sparrowhawk ("Accipiter nisus"), goshawk ("Accipiter gentilis"), European honey buzzard ("Pernis apivorus"), buzzard ("Buteo buteo"), hobby ("Falco subbuteo"), lapwing ("Vanellus vanellus"), curlew ("Numenius arquata"), green sandpiper ("Tringa ochropus"), Eurasian woodcock ("Scolopax rusticola"), common snipe ("Gallinago gallinago"), collared dove ("Streptopelia decaocto"), cuckoo ("Cuculus canorus"), long-eared owl ("Asio otus"), tawny owl ("Strix aluco"), common swift ("Apus apus"), hoopoe ("Upupa epops"), grey-headed woodpecker ("Picus canus"), European green woodpecker ("Picus viridis"), barn swallow ("Hirundo rustica"), house martin ("Delichon urbica"), tree pipit ("Anthus trivialis"), dunnock ("Prunella modularis"), redstart ("Phoenicurus phoenicurus"), wheatear ("Oenanthe oenanthe"), redwing ("Turdus iliacus"), mistle thrush ("Turdus viscivorus"), sedge warbler ("Acrocephalus schoenobaenus"), aquatic warbler ("Acrocephalus paludicola"), reed warbler ("Acrocephalus scirpaceus"), icterine warbler ("Hippolais icterina"), lesser whitethroat ("Sylvia curruca"), whitethroat ("Sylvia communis"), wood warbler ("Phylloscopus sibilatrix"), pied flycatcher ("Ficedula hypoleuca"), collared flycatcher ("Ficedula albicollis"), crested tit ("Lophophanes cristatus"), long-tailed tit ("Aegithalos caudatus"), red-backed shrike ("Lanius collurio"), jackdaw ("Corvus monedula"), common raven ("Corvus corax"), brambling ("Fringilla montifringilla"), hawfinch ("Coccothraustes coccothraustes"), serin ("Serinus serinus"), siskin ("Carduelis spinus"), bullfinch ("Pyrrhula pyrrhula"), linnet ("Carduelis cannabina"), common rosefinch ("Carpodacus erythrinus") and common crossbill ("Loxia curvirostra").