Cape Verde buzzard
|Cape Verde buzzard|
Buteo buteo bannermani
The Cape Verde buzzard (Buteo bannermani) is a medium to large bird of prey that is sometimes considered a subspecies of the widespread common buzzard (Buteo buteo). As its name implies, it is native to Cape Verde . Some taxonomists consider it to be a distinct species  and is treated as such here.
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