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accipiter fasciatus

  1. Brown Goshawk

    Brown Goshawk

    Brown Goshawk
  2. Brown Goshawk

    Brown Goshawk

    Brown Goshawk
  3. Still learning

    Still learning

    This young Brown Goshawk hasn't yet learned that successful ambushes are conducted from a concealed position!
  4. Brown Goshawk

    Brown Goshawk

    We had a surprise but very welcome visit from a Brown Goshawk, even though all the other birds disappeared!! My first indication that something was happening was when Hans suddenly became very alert and excited. He was desperately trying to indicate to us (he was far enough away not to be able...
  5. Brown Goshawk and Pied Currawong

    Brown Goshawk and Pied Currawong

    Brown Goshawk being hassled by a Pied Currawong
  6. No fun!

    No fun!

    Thought I should share the continuing saga ………………..I was standing under the carport thinking of going to get the mail when this Brown Goshawk flew between the tank and the house and landed in the tree near the shed. I thought that it might stay there so went and got the camera, took a shot from...
  7. Not what I was expecting!

    Not what I was expecting!

    Suddenly Hans could hardly contain his excitement, and alerted us to a Brown Goshawk coming in. He settled not far from me and stayed for a few minutes. What a lovely bird this one is and, obviously, a Lifer for me too. Needless to say all the small birds we'd been watching had disappeared!
  8. Brown Goshawk

    Brown Goshawk

    One last view of the Brown Goshawk that was being harassed by the Willy Wagtail.
  9. Brown Goshawk

    Brown Goshawk

    It is very difficult to tell the difference between the Collared Sparrowhawk and the Brown Goshawk. I've now been convinced that is a Goshawk - the flesh of the middle toe does not extend beyond the tip of the claw next to it.
  10. Brown Goshawk

    Brown Goshawk

    ID changed from Collared Sparrowhawk to Brown Goshawk, based on length of middle toe.
  11. Brown Goshawk

    Brown Goshawk

    There were tens of different passerine species around and I was trying to take a photo of a spinebill. Then all birds stopped singing and moving. In a second this majestic bird appeared and stopped on a tree in front of me. I was standing behind another tree and it was almost impossible to stop...
  12. Juvenile Brown Goshawk

    Juvenile Brown Goshawk

    3 raptors taken within half an hour of each other this afternoon, also present at the same time were Australian Hobby, Swamp Harrier, Whistling Kite and Brown Falcon!
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