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50â€“58 cm (19Â¾-22Â¾ in)
Woodland, forest edge and plantations, cultivated areas with trees and swampy grasslands, from sea-level up to 3,000m.
The diet consists mostly of small rodents and shrews in addition they will also eat lizards, small snakes and small mammals.
They generally lay during the wet season. Both adults construct the nest in a tree, about two feet across by a foot deep; made of small sticks, and with a deep central cup about one foot across, lined with green leaves. The clutch contains 1-2 white eggs, marked brown, grey, lilac, which are incubated by the female.
Resident and in some areas, nomadic.
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