Savanna hawk

Savanna hawk

The Savanna Hawk (Buteogallus meridionalis) is found from West Panama to central Argentina and in Golfo Dulce in Costa Rica. Its place is in open country with scattered trees in lowlands. Its size is of 58 cm (23 inches) in height and 845 g weighs.

Its head and underparts are cinnamon-buff to pale rufuos. Its upperparts are grayish-brown. Below is finely barred with blackish, and wings largely rufuos. Tail black with a white band. This bird feeds on small mammals, lizards, snakes, crabs and large insects.

Common Name: Savanna hawk
Scientific Name: Buteogallus meridionalis
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