First good photos of the Harris’s Hawk at Angostura, Turrialba

Birds for Beer

The Harris’s Hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus) reported for the first time ever, it seems, in this part of Costa Rica is still here. It was first mentioned in late January and then again in February, but Larry Waddell found it this week on the banks of the lake not far from Casa Turire and took a couple of excellent photographs on which he should be congratulated.

Harris’s Hawk, formerly known as the Bay-winged Hawk; photo by Larry Waddell

Local birders will be delighted to see these photographs, others perhaps less so since this is not a rare species in other parts, ranging widely throughout both North and South America. This includes Central America and Costa Rica, where, however, nearly all previous sightings are on the Pacific side of the central highlands and mostly in the north of the country. Some reports come from the Los Chiles area in…

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