Major Difference Between Buzzard Condor and Vulture

Condor and Buzzards both are the two different species of new World vultures, found in different habitat of the world. Physical differences and habitat differences of these two vultures have given name as Buzzard and Condor.


Turkey Vultures are known as Buzzard in North American region, mostly found from southern Canada to the South America. Its a New World vultures that inhabits a variety of open and semi open areas and has very few natural predators.

Family: Cathartidae
Species: New World Vulture
Inhabits: Canada and Americas



Condor is a new World vultures species and one of the largest flying birds in India. Condors species are also the largest flying land birds in the Western Hemisphere, inhabits the Andean mountains and desert mountains of Arizona.

Family: Cathartidae
Species: New World Vulture
Inhabits: Andean Mountains and United States



Vultures are the big birds of prey that are scavenging on carcasses and divided into two groups of New World vultures and the Old World vultures. Himalayan vulture and black vultures are the two largest old world vultures and true raptors.

King Vulture
Griffon Vulture
Bearded Vulture
Black Vulture
Himalayan Vulture
Indian Vulture

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