French: Buse à sourcils blancs German: Weißbrauenbussard Spanish: Busardo cejiblanco
no locality = Pará, Brazil.
Sister to L. melanops (which see). Monotypic.
37–40 cm; wingspan 65–76 cm. Dark head with narrow white eyestripe. Black above with some white streaks or splotches on nape and mantle, and single narrow white... read more
Call is a high-pitched rather thin downslurred whistle 'keeeeuw' given at intervals.
Tropical rain forest in lowlands to 500 m.
Food and feeding
Very little known: a snake and a lizard reported. Speculated to probably also take frogs and large insects. Hunts near the forest floor. read more
Just one nest described, from W Brazil in Dec, when probably with eggs. Inconspicuous structure of sticks, twigs and some dead leaves, and... read more
No evidence of any movements.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). CITES II. Very poorly known, but so much forest in its extensive range remains intact that species can not be considered of immediate... read more
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