White Eyed Buzzard
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The White-eyed Buzzard with the scientific name Butastur teesa is a slim and medium sized hawk falling under the family Accipitridae and the genus Butastur.
This slim buzzard is distinct in its size and white iris. It is majorly found in South Asia and is a prime resident of India.
The specific name 'teesa' is derived from Hindi language. The name Butastur is used to denote that it is between Astur (old name of sparrow hawks) and Buteo buzzards. The quick classification of White-eyed Buzzard is as below,
The narrow wings appear rounded with feathers which are black tipped and the wings are lined dark during the flight.