Birds - Pacific Baza.

Stock Photography By Paul Ross

There are two Pacific Bazas - Aviceda subcristata - photographed in the country area of North Queensland, Australia and shown here. The first, an immature bird, was perched on a tree branch, under the canopy of leaves, eating a grasshopper-like insect it had caught. Nearby, both parents observed the young bird and watched intently as it tried eating the tiny morsel. The other bird was one of the adult Baza, sitting on a tree branch, partly hidden by leaves, observing its young offspring.

Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (immature) -
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Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
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Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
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Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
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Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
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Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
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Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
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Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
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Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
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Pacific Baza (adult) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (adult) - Aviceda
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Pacific Baza (immature) - Aviceda subcristata
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Pacific Baza (adult) - Aviceda subcristata
Pacific Baza (adult) - Aviceda
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Image Details for Birds - Pacific Baza.

1. 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.

2. 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.

3. 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.

4. 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.

5. 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.

6. 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.

7. 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.

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

9. 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.

10. Pacific Baza (adult) - Aviceda subcristata. A Medium-large hawk seen here perched in a tree, using leaves as cover while observing the surrounding area.

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

12. Pacific Baza (adult) - Aviceda subcristata. A Medium-large hawk seen here perched in a tree, using leaves as cover while observing the surrounding area.

 

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