Semiplumbeous Hawk

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Semiplumbeous Hawk

The Semiplumbeous Hawk (Leucopternis semiplumbeous) ranges from east Honduras to west Ecuador. Inhabits in understory and lower canopy of forest, old second growth, and cacao plantations. Its measures are 38 cm (15 inches) heights and 325 g weights.

Adults are above slate-gray, below white, with tail black and a white subterminal band. Its cere and legs are bright orange. Youngers are similar, but with yellow legs, bill and cere. They eat reptiles, small mammals, and birds.

Common Name: Semiplumbeous Hawk
Scientific Name: Leucopternis semiplumbeous
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