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From little things, big things grow

Friends down the valley found a dead Pacific baza (Aviceda subcristata) chick under a tree, and a live sibling next to it. The live one was way too young to fend for itself, so with the advice of the local … Continue reading

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The last couple of days, three Pacific bazas (Aviceda subcristata, also known as crested hawks) have been flying around together and calling. We’d seen one only once before here, though we had one living in the rainforest remnant at our … Continue reading

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