On April 30, 2009, we were near the village of Jaraguas and stopped to bird in the Pinazarol Park area. The European Honey Buzzards were flying overhead. This species is a summer visitor to the area and winters in tropical Africa. The species is slightly larger and more long-winged than the Common Buzzard. It was an overcast morning with temperatures in the high 60's.

Model NIKON D80
Orientation top, left side
X Resolution 1/72 inches
Y Resolution 1/72 inches
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Software CAMEDIA Master 4.3
Date/Time 2009:05:23 17:38:30
YCbCr Positioning Datum point
Exposure Time 1/4000 sec
F-Number F13
Exposure Program Program normal
ISO Speed Ratings 1000
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Date/Time Original 2009:04:30 00:41:48
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Max Aperture Value F5.7
Metering Mode Spot
Light Source Unknown
Flash No flash fired
Focal Length 400.0 mm
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Sub-Sec Time 30
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NIKON Makernote
Interoperability Index Recommended Exif Interoperability Rules (ExifR98)
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generated by EXIF-O-Matic on 2009.9.21