Black Vulture

Black Vulture

Summary:

Literature Black Vulture
[order] Falconiformes |

Black Vulture determination[order] Falconiformes | [family] Accipitridae | [latin] Aegypius monachus | [UK] Black Vulture | [FR] Vautour moine | [DE] Mönchsgeier | [ES] Buitre negro | [IT] Avvoltoio monaco | [NL] Monniksgier


Subspecies and global distribution

  1. Sarcoramphus atratus
  2. Coragyps atratus NA, LA widespread

Literature

Title
A Black Vulture Aegypius monachus from Roman Valkenburg The Netherlands
Author(s): Verhagen M.
Abstract: The former occurrence of Aegypius monachus in The Netherlands is attested by a bill fragment from the Roman period excavation at Valkenburg (South-Holland). The plausibility of the occurrence of this species in the Dutch prehistoric landscape and in ..[more]..
Source: ARDEA 79 (3): 439-442.
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All of Accipitridae

  1. Black Vulture
  2. Aegypius monachus
  1. Bonellis Eagle
  2. Hieraaetus fasciatus
  1. Booted Eagle
  2. Hieraaetus pennatus
  1. Buzzard
  2. Buteo buteo
  1. Egyptian Vulture
  2. Neophron percnopterus
  1. Golden Eagle
  2. Aquila chrysaetos
  1. Greater Spotted Eagle
  2. Aquila clanga
  1. Griffon
  2. Gyps fulvus
  1. Honey Buzzard
  2. Pernis apivorus
  1. Imperial Eagle
  2. Aquila heliaca
  1. Lammergeier
  2. Gypaetus barbatus
  1. Lappet-faced Vulture
  2. Torgos tracheliotus
  1. Lesser Spotted Eagle
  2. Aquila pomarina
  1. Levant Sparrowhawk
  2. Accipiter brevipes
  1. Long-Legged Buzzard
  2. Buteo rufinus
  1. Montagus Harrier
  2. Circus pygargus
  1. Northern Goshawk
  2. Accipiter gentilis
  1. Northern Harrier
  2. Circus cyaneus
  1. Osprey
  2. Pandion haliaetus
  1. Rough-legged Hawk
  2. Buteo lagopus
  1. Short-toed Snake-Eagle
  2. Circaetus gallicus
  1. Spanish Imperial Eagle
  2. Aquila adalberti
  1. Sparrowhawk
  2. Accipiter nisus
  1. Swallow-tailed Kite
  2. Elanoides forficatus
  1. Western Marsh-Harrier
  2. Circus aeruginosus
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