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elijah13
Mar 3, 2018
We have a town on Cape Cod called Buzzards Bay. I wonder if it was named because of buzzards!
kittycat77
Mar 8, 2018
Probably turkey vultures/buzzards. This one is not one we would see in US. Daughter is a birder and she didn't know what it was. Where in MA are you?
elijah13
Mar 8, 2018
I live in Florida now but graduated from high school in Fairhaven, MA--across from New Bedford and almost the beginning of the Cape!
kittycat77
Mar 9, 2018
Know it well. Lived in Stoughton until we moved to FL in 2000.
aussiesapphire
Mar 3, 2018
He/she looks a bit mean.

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retirenow14
Mar 5, 2018
Darwin was right in this situation. Think of the Serenity Prayer and how true it is for addicts and non addicts.
retirenow14
Mar 5, 2018
Well, God put buzzards on this earth to clean up the dead bodies that litter the desert and fields. Crows fulfill this need where I live in upstate NY. They are both very useful, and get fed. Win/win.
KwkClkrSwkr68
Mar 4, 2018
I've never heard of a "buzzard" bird ever before, either.
jas6415
Mar 3, 2018
Looks more like some kind of hawk to me....Never heard of or saw a buzzard bird that I can recall
trynfindit
Mar 3, 2018
I did some research on this bird and this variety of buzzard lives in Europe and Asia. The buzzard we are used to seeing is a turkey buzzard a/k/a turkey vulture.
nlbuchanan
Mar 3, 2018
Being from "my neck of the woods" and not the natural habitat of this bird I was sure it was a hawk, not a buzzard and had to google it. I was wrong. This bird is much more attractive than the limited part of the species I call buzzards. I consider buzzards (aka vultures) to be as ugly as the "grim reaper" I consider them to be.

God bless you all.
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