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Plain-breasted Hawk

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Alternate name
Accipiter ventralis Scientific name
Accipitriformes Order
Acciptridae Family
28 - 32 cm Length
Montane forest. Range:- Andes of Bolivia, Colombia & Venezuela. Habitat
Birds, mammals & reptiles. Food  
3441 -TSN: 558397  - Sub-species Considered to be a sub species of Sharp-shinned Hawk by some authors. World Number
Least Concern Status

view photos  Sept 5, 2006 Photo by Charles Hesse © all rights reserved          

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  Czech: krahujec kolumbijský
Danish: Mřrkrygget Spurvehřg
German: Andensperber, Besrasperber, Eckschwanzsperber
English: Plain breasted Hawk, Plain breastedHawk, Plain-breasted Hawk, Sharp-shinned Hawk (Plain-breasted)
Spanish: Gavilán Andino, Gavilán de Pecho Liso
Estonian: nőlva-raudkull
French: Autour ŕ gorge rayée, Épervier ŕ gorge rayée, Épervier des Andes
Italian: Sparviere delle Ande
Japanese: munajiroashibosohaitaka
Japanese: ムナジロアシボソハイタカ
Latin: Accipiter striatus ventralis, Accipiter ventralis
Dutch: Bruinborstsperwer
Norwegian: Andeshauk
Polish: krogulec andyjski
Slovak: jastrab horský
Swedish: Mörkryggad sparvhök
Chinese: 淡胸鹰



Accipiter ventralis salvini

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