Tiny Hawk

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Tiny Hawk

The Tiny Hawk (Accipiter superciliosus) ranges from east Nicaragua to west Ecuador and north Argentina. It resides in canopy and edges of humid forests, or tall second growth. Its size is of 20 cm (8 inches) in height and 75 g in weight.

Matures are above dark gray, with crown blackish, and below white. Inmatures are below barred with buff and dark rufous. They are above dark brown or rufous and barred with black. This bird eats small passerines and hummingbirds.

Common Name: Tiny Hawk
Scientific Name: Accipiter superciliosus
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