Why are buzzards illegal to shoot?

Answer Buzzards, also known as vultures, are represented by three species in North America: the turkey vulture, black vulture and California condor. The Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 protects these an... Read More »

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Is there an app on the iPhone that will allow me to shoot video in portrait mode so it isn't long kind of like how you can shoot one handed on the Flip but it still shoots in landscape thanks?

you have to hold the centre button and the turnon/off button together for about 5-10 seconds.. if it doesnt come on try charging it?! if that still doesnt work im so sorry.. take it back maybe? hop... Read More »

What do buzzards eat?

Many people in the United States, according to the Turkey Vulture Society website, incorrectly call turkey vultures and black vultures buzzards. These large North American birds share a similar die... Read More »

What do arctic buzzards eat?

Rough-legged hawks, also known as rough-legged buzzards or Arctic buzzards, consume small birds and mammals. Their preferred prey consists of voles and lemmings. The more prey the birds consume, th... Read More »

Do buzzards have an anus?

The term "buzzard" is casually used as a nickname for a number of birds, including black vultures, turkey vultures, king vultures and the common buzzard, which is known as a hawk. Each of these bi... Read More »