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Slate-colored Hawk

Buteogallus schistaceus

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Chunky, broad-winged slate gray hawk with white tail bands and bright red facial skin, bill, and legs. Closely associated with water, and most frequently found in singles and pairs perched around oxbow lakes, forested streams, flooded forests, and floodplain forests.

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