Haw. Other synonyms. Download this stock image: Mangrove Black Hawk (Buteogallus anthracinus subtili), sitting on a branch in a tree, Costa Rica, Rio Tarcoles - EBR6EY from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors. Photo about grass, america, closeup - 124396236 Wildlife scene from tropical nature. Catalan: Aligot negre comú Czech: káně tmavá Danish: Sortvåge German: Krabbenbussard English: Common Black Hawk, Common Black-hawk, Common or Mangrove Black-hawk English (IOC): Common Black Hawk Spanish: Aguililla Negra Menor, Busardo negro, Busardo-negro Norteño, Cangrejero Negro Spanish (Colombia): Cangrejero Negro Spanish (Costa Rica): … Breeding / Nesting . It eats mainly crabs, that’s why it’s popularly known as “Gavilán Cangrejero”. Mangrove Black-Hawk feeds mainly on crabs, as well takes small vertebrates and eggs. All sooty black; tail with one broad white median band; a pale morph occurs in birds which lack melanin. Mangrove Black Hawk, Buteogallus subtilis, large bird found in Central and South America. This is a mainly coastal bird of Pacific mangrove …

You can find it mostly near water: coastal mangroves, beaches, mudflats, rivers, swamps and marshes. The mangrove Black-hawk (Buteogallus subtilis) is a chunky bird with broad wings and a short, ample tail. Somewhat smaller than B. a. anthracinus; base of primari Most of the time seen perch close to the water waiting for a prey to be exposed, as well sometimes comes to the ground to run after crabs and in turtle hatching time it becomes one of many predator to baby sea turtles. 56cm (22”), 800g. Description: Mangrove Black Hawk- adult perch on a black mangrove branch and search for food. Previously, it was incorrectly believed to occur as far north as Mexico, but all individuals from western Panama and northwards are nominate Common Black Hawk. You can find it from SW USA and West Indies to NW Peru and Guyana. Location: Costa Rica Footage original resolution: Ultra HD 4k.

The Mangrove Black Hawk is a resident breeding bird in the Neotropics from eastern Panama, through western Colombia and Ecuador, to far north-western Peru. Mangrove Black Hawk c. 39-47 cm.