Despite its name, this species is not related to the true buzzards in the genus Buteo, and is closer to the kites.
The Crested Honey Buzzard is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.
Crested Honey Buzzard - Pernis ptilorhynchus Bondrée orientale = Bondrée orientale Gallery : © Arpit Deomurari Site web : Waders Order : Accipitriformes Family : Accipitridae Species : Crested Honey Buzzard Reference: arde49933 Other pictures Date taken : 2007 Feb Geographic data Country : India (in) Region : State of Gujarāt Place : Gīr Forest More
02320 - Crested Honey Buzzard - Pernis ptilorhyncus Wingtags (on left or right wing) with code (2 digit number). Prof. E. Gavrilov, chief of Marking Animal Center, Ecological Fund "KazSAEF" , Kazakhstan. e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org note 1: used colours are red, white or yellow. note 2: the tag has been attached between the secondaries and tertials or between the first-third secondaries. More
Crested Honey Buzzard by Con Foley - Click Image to enter Slide Show SlideShow | Image Information | Contact the Photographer Image information - Description Portfolio Con Foley Keywords Buzzard, Singapore Capture Medium Digital Capture Capture Format 35mm Location More
Crested Honey Buzzard drying its wing after a rain showerOriental Honey Buzzard - Female - Photo, Video and/or Article contributions are welcome! Please click here for info The Avianweb strives to maintain accurate and up-to-date information; however, mistakes do happen. If you would like to correct or update any of the information, please send us an e-mail. More
Crested Honey Buzzard (or Oriental Honey buzzard), Pernis ptilorhyncus Posted on September 11, 2009 at 4:11 AM Hello dear readers, it's been over a week since the last blog update, though do not think that has anything to do with a lack of news! In contrast, the project has been very busy during the last days... Firstly over 30 people are currently present in Batumi to monitor the migration. More
The Crested Honey Buzzard is fairly common about Lucknow from August to November, probably because bee-combs then abound; but is not so numerous during the colder months, a few only remaining throughout the year, the majority migrating to the hills for the hot and early portion of the rainy seasons. These Buzzards, it should be noted, vary astoundingly in plumage, from light fulvous to almost black, so much so that it would not be an easy task to find two exactly alike. More
Crested Honey Buzzard Pernis ptilorhynchus orientalis - also called Oriental Honey Buzzard - this subspecies is called Siberian Honey Buzzard Hatta Dam, 13.07.2007 - the first summer record. - Mushrif Palace Gardens, 14.04.2007 - juvenile. More
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