Pacific Baza - Aviceda subcristata Proofsheet

A Photo Gallery By Paul Ross

View images of an immature and adult Baza. The immature bird is eating an grasshopper-like insect, rather awkwardly. An adult Baza nearby, one of the parents, observes its young offspring, ensuring it is safe and adjusting well to a new world! Australian birds wild and free!

Pacific Baza (adult) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (adult) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (adult) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (adult) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata


Pacific Baza - Aviceda subcristata Details

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Caption List:

Photo 1. Pacific Baza (adult) - Aviceda subcristata seen here perched in a tree.

Photo 2. Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata.

Photo 3. Pacific Baza (adult) - Aviceda subcristata, utilising tree leaves as cover while observing the surrounding area.

Photo 4. Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata. Eating prey (grasshopper like insect) after a successful hunt.

Photo 5. Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata Medium-large hawk which inhabits forests of all types in the coastal belt of north eastern Australia.

Photo 6. Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata. This is a young Baza eating prey (grasshopper like insect).

Photo 7. Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata. A Medium-large hawk which inhabits mainly the north eastern regions of Australia.

Photo 8. Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata A Medium-large hawk which inhabits mainly the north eastern regions of Australia. This is a young (immature) Pacific Baza eating prey (grasshopper like insect).

Photo 9. Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata. Awkwardly trying to eat its prey (a grasshopper-like insect).

Photo 10. Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata.

Photo 11. Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata. This is a young (immature) Pacific Baza eating prey (grasshopper like insect) after a successful hunt.

Photo 12. Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata A Medium-large hawk which inhabits mainly the north eastern regions of Australia. This is a young (immature) Pacific Baza eating prey (grasshopper like insect) after a successful hunt.