Taxonomic status of the Forest Buzzard Buteo oreophilus trizonatus

@article{Clark2007TaxonomicSO,
  title={Taxonomic status of the Forest Buzzard Buteo oreophilus trizonatus},
  author={W. Clark},
  journal={Ostrich},
  year={2007},
  volume={78},
  pages={101 - 104}
}
  • W. Clark
  • Published 2007
  • Geography
  • Ostrich
  • The Forest Buzzard Buteo oreophilus rizonatus, confined to the temperate coastal and escarpment forests of South Africa (Hockey et al. 2005), is often considered to be a subspecies of the Mountain Buzzard Buteo oreophilus of the forested highlands of East Africa, following Siegfried (1971) and Siegfried and Frost (1973). However, both taxa are largely resident, with breeding distributions separated by more than 2 000km, and there have been several calls for the two to be treated as distinct… CONTINUE READING
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