Harri’s hawk

Harri’s hawk

The Harri’s hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus) ranges from southwest USA to Chile and Argentina. It is also called Bay-winged Hawk. Its places are in scrubby or marshy open country with scattered trees and patches of woodland. Its size is of 53 cm (21 inches) in height and 700 g in weight.

Matures are mostly sooty to brownish-black. Its shoulders, thighs, and wings-linings are chestnut-rufuos. Its legs, cere and lores are yellow. Inmatures are browner than adults. Eats mostly little birds, mammals, and lizards.

Common Name: Harri’s hawk
Scientific Name: Parabuteo unicinctus
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