Tips for using Browse:

Browsing is a valuable way to learn about birds, however it is a brute force approach and not designed for identification. A more sophisticated approach to finding a bird with specific field marks is to use the Step by Step Search. You can also try the Wizard to find a bird, which uses a question and answer approach, but again it does not give you the flexibility of the Step by Step Search.

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Gray-faced Buzzard
Gray-faced Buzzard: Medium hawk with rufous in long wings, gray head, black malar, stripe and white throat. Brown above, red-brown breast, and bars on white belly. Long, gray-brown tail with black bands. Female larger than male. Juvenile brown above, white eyebrow, lacks rufous in wing, more uniform tail, brown streaks on white underparts.
Osprey (Palau)
Osprey (Palau): Large raptor with dark brown upperparts and contrasting white underparts; faint breast band, speckled brown necklace. Intensity varies based on sex and race, males usually less marked. Small white head has dark crown and eye stripe. Bill is dark. Wings are held at a distinct angle in flight; underwing shows barred flight feathers. Wings are fairly long and narrow; wing bends back at carpal joint, giving characteristic shallow V-shape. Legs and feet are gray. Sexes are similar. Juvenile has scaled upperparts, less marked breast band.
Chinese Sparrowhawk
Chinese Sparrowhawk: Small slate-gray hawk. Orange-brown breast and barring on lower breast, and white belly and vent. Medium wings with black primaries. Fairly long tail white below, some black barring. Female like male but more barring and darker breast. Juvenile brown-gray above, white below with gray-brown mottling on breast, barring on belly.
Brahminy Kite
Brahminy Kite: Large, chestnut-colored raptor with white head and breast. Faint streaks on crown, nape, and breast, and long, broad wings with black primaries. Medium length tail with slightly rounded tip. Sexes are similar. Juvenile brown with some white on head, pale patch on base of primaries, buff streaks on underparts, and black primaries.
Black Kite
Black Kite: Medium to large, long-winged raptor with gray-brown upperparts, and faint streaks on gray-brown underparts. Head is paler than body, dark mark around eye. Long wings have large pale patch on base of primaries. Long, slightly forked, faintly barred tail. Sexes similar. Juvenile like adult but paler, more streaks.