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Aviceda subcristata

Pacific Baza

The Pacific baza also known as the crested hawk, is a slender, medium-sized hawk with a distinctive crest. Its upperside is mainly dark brown, with a grey head and yellow eyes.

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Aviceda subcristata (Pacific Baza) at Surf Beach, NSW - 22 Oct 2016 by LyndalT Aviceda subcristata (Pacific Baza) at Conjola, NSW - 23 Nov 2015 by Charles Dove
Aviceda subcristata (Pacific Baza) at Surf Beach, NSW - 22 Oct 2016 by LyndalT
Aviceda subcristata (Pacific Baza) at Conjola, NSW - 23 Nov 2015 by Charles Dove

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Pacific Baza - Nth Fishermans Paradise
Pacific Baza - Nth Fishermans Paradise

Species information

  • Aviceda subcristata Scientific name
  • Pacific Baza Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Non-local Native
  • Non-Invasive

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