Brown Goshawk

Accipiter fasciatus - Autour australien

Systematics
  • Order 
    :

    Accipitriformes

  • Family
    :

    Accipitridés

  • Genus
    :

    Accipiter

  • Species
    :

    fasciatus

Descriptor

Vigors Horsfield, 1827

Biometrics
  • Size
    : 55 cm
  • Wingspan
    : 74 à 96 cm.
  • Weight
    : 220 à 740 g
Geographic range

Distribution

Description identification

Autour australien
adult
Autour australien
adult

Brown Goshawk (Accipiter fasciatus) is a species of bird in the Accipitridae family.

Subspecific information 13 subspecies

  • Accipiter fasciatus fasciatus (Australia, e Solomon Is.)
  • Accipiter fasciatus natalis (Christmas I.. Indian Ocean.)
  • Accipiter fasciatus wallacii (Lombok to Damar and Moa. Lesser Sundas.)
  • Accipiter fasciatus tjendanae (Sumba I.. s Lesser Sundas.)
  • Accipiter fasciatus stresemanni (islands s of Sulawesi)
  • Accipiter fasciatus savu (Savu I.. Lesser Sundas.)
  • Accipiter fasciatus hellmayri (Timor, Alor, Semau and Roti. Lesser Sundas.)
  • Accipiter fasciatus buruensis (Buru. Moluccas.)
  • Accipiter fasciatus dogwa (s New Guinea)
  • Accipiter fasciatus polycryptus (e New Guinea)
  • Accipiter fasciatus vigilax (New Caledonia, Loyalty Is. and Vanuatu)
  • Accipiter fasciatus didimus (n Australia)
  • Accipiter fasciatus rosselianus (Rossel I.. Louisiade Arch..)

Foreign names

  • Autour australien,
  • Azor australiano,
  • açor-marrom-listrado,
  • Bänderhabicht,
  • örvös héja,
  • Australische Havik,
  • Astore bruno,
  • brunduvhök,
  • Bendelhauk,
  • jastrab pásikavý,
  • jestřáb australský,
  • Australsk Duehøg,
  • australiankanahaukka,
  • astor australià,
  • krogulec brunatny,
  • Австралийский бурый ястреб,
  • Elang-alap coklat,
  • アカハラオオタカ,
  • 褐鹰,
  • 褐鷹,

Voice song and cries

Habitat

Forest : Subtropical/Tropical Dry ; Savanna : Dry ; Grassland : Subtropical/Tropical High Altitude ; Wetlands (inland) : Permanent Rivers/Streams/Creeks (includes waterfalls) ; Artificial/Terrestrial : Rural Gardens, Urban Areas, Subtropical/Tropical Heavily Degraded Former Forest

Geographic range

Sources of information

Other sources of interest

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published: - Updated: 11-07-2010
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