French: Buse à face noire German: Zügelbussard Spanish: Busardo carinegro
35–43 cm; male 297–317 g, female 329–380 g; wingspan 65–78 cm. Head, upper back and neck white, streaked black; wings and tail black, with wing... read more
Call is a high-pitched, piercing, down-slurred whistle "keeeuuuu", typically given a few times with... read more
Lowland rain forest; may favour dense vegetation along rivers and mangroves. Not known to soar... read more
Food and feeding
Very few data available, but probably reptiles to a greater or lesser extent. One bird observed eating snake on ground, having first... read more
No information available.
No information available; presumably sedentary.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). CITES II. Status very poorly known; no global population estimate, but species suspected to be declining owing to deforestation.... read more
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