Guide of Birds


  • Familia: Accipitridae
    Genero: Parabuteo
    Nombre Cientifico: unicinctus

    The mixed busardo (Parabuteo unicinctus), also known as Buzzard Harris peuco, falcon or Harris hawk, mixed hawk, hawk or rabiblanco cinnamon hawk is a bird species of the family Accipitridae accipitriforme.

    It is a medium-sized bird that lives from the southwest US. UU., Throughout Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay and to southern Chile and Argentina. It is the only member of the genus Parabuteo, which literally means similar to Buteo, while Hawk means a single tape, the white terminal band tail.

    key Features
    Harris eagle is a raptor of medium size, about 50 cm long with a wingspan of 1.2 m. Their average weight is 900 g. It presents a sexual dimorphism in size, being larger than males. Its plumage is dark brown with reddish brown on the top and bottom of the wings and legs. Caracterísitca has a white stripe down the tail.

    Paises en donde vive la/el Peuco