Family Accipitridae

Accipiter - The genus Accipiter is a group of birds of prey in the family Accipitridae, many of which are named as goshawks and sparrowhawks.

Aegypius - This bird is an Old World vulture, and is only distantly related to the New World vultures, which are in a separate family, Cathartidae, of the order Ciconiiformes.

Aquila - Aquila is the Latin word for eagle and may also refer to:

Aviceda - The bazas, Aviceda, are a genus of bird of prey in the Accipitridae family.

Busarellus - It is found in Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, French Guiana, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

Butastur - Butastur is a genus of bird of prey in the Accipitridae family.

Buteo - Asturina

Buteogallus - Alectromorphnus Heine & Reichenow, Heterospizias

Chelictinia - The African Swallow-tailed Kite or Scissor-tailed Kite is a species of bird of prey in the Accipitridae family.

Chondrohierax - Chondrohierax is a genus of birds of prey.

Circaetus - Circaetus, the snake eagles, is a genus of medium-sized eagles in the bird of prey family Accipitridae which also includes many other diurnal raptors such as buzzards and harriers.

Circus - Magic ยท Puppetry

Dryotriorchis - The Congo Serpent-eagle is a species of bird of prey in the Accipitridae family.

Elanoides - The species is 55 to 65 cm in length, with a wingspan of approximately 1.

Elanus - Black-winged Kites is a genus of bird of prey in the elanid kite subfamily.

Erythrotriorchis - "Erythro-" is from a Greek word for "red", and "triorchis" meant a kind of hawk thought to have three testicles.

Eutriorchis - Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.

Gampsonyx - This tiny kite breeds from Panama, Colombia and Venezuela south to Bolivia and northern Argentina, with an isolated sedentary population in Nicaragua.

Geranoaetus - The Black-chested Buzzard-eagle is a bird of prey of the hawk and eagle family .

Geranospiza - The Crane Hawk is a species of bird of prey in the Accipitridae family.

Gypaetus - Like other vultures it is a scavenger, feeding mostly from carcasses of dead animals.

Gypohierax - This bird is an Old World vulture, and is only distantly related to the New World vultures, which are in a separate family, Cathartidae.

Gyps - The Gyps vultures are a genus of Old World vultures in the bird family Accipitridae, which also includes eagles, kites, buzzards and hawks.

Haliaeetus - A sea eagle is any of the birds of prey in the genus Haliaeetus in the bird of prey family Accipitridae.

Haliastur - Haliastur is a genus of medium-sized diurnal birds of prey.

Hamirostra - Adult birds are relatively easy to recognise by their mainly dark plumage combined with distinctive white patches on the wings at the bases of the primary feathers.

Harpagus - According to Herodotus' Histories, Harpagus was a member of the Median royal house in service to King Astyages, the last king of Media.

Harpia - It is the largest and most powerful raptor found in America, and among the largest extant species of eagles in the world.

Harpyhaliaetus - There are two species in the GENUS:

Harpyopsis - The New Guinea Harpy Eagle is endemic to undisturbed tropical rainforests of New Guinea, where it became the top predator of the island.

Helicolestes - Rostrhamus hamatus

Henicopernis - Henicopernis is a genus of bird of prey in the Accipitridae family.

Hieraaetus - The genus Hieraaetus, sometimes known as hawk-eagles, denoted a group of smallish eagles usually placed in the Buteoninae subfamily of accipitrids.

Ichthyophaga - Ichthyophaga is a genus of two species of eagles, closely related to the sea-eagles in the genus Haliaeetus.

Ictinaetus - The Black Eagle is a bird of prey.

Ictinia - Ictinia is a genus of birds in the Accipitridae family.

Kaupifalco - The Lizard Buzzard breeds in tropical Africa south of the Sahara.

Leptodon - Leptodon is a genus of birds of prey.

Leucopternis - Traditionally, Leucopternis contains the following species, but as the genus probably is polyphyletic, significant future changes are likely with several species being moved to other genera.

Lophaetus - The Long-crested Eagle is a bird of prey.

Lophoictinia - Square-tailed Kites are not listed as threatened on the Australian Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.

Macheiramphus - The Bat Hawk is a slender, medium-sized bird of prey, usually about 45 cm long.

Megatriorchis - At up to 69cm long, it is among the biggest hawks in the broad sense.

Melierax - Melierax is a genus of bird of prey in the Accipitridae family.

Milvus - Milvus is a genus of medium-sized birds of prey.

Morphnus - It is sparsely distributed throughout its extensive range from Guatemala through Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Brazil, and east Andean Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay and Bolivia to north Argentina.

Necrosyrtes - It breeds in a stick nest in trees in much of Africa south of the Sahara, laying one egg.

Neophron - As Suidas tells us, he introduced in his plays the torture of slaves, such scenes, according to the canons of dramatic art, not being produced on the stage, but merely referred to by messengers.

Pandion - Pandion may refer to:

Parabuteo - The Harris's Hawk or Harris Hawk, Parabuteo unicinctus, formerly known as the Bay-winged Hawk or Dusky Hawk, is a medium-large bird of prey which breeds from the southwestern United States south to Chile and central Argentina.

Pernis - Pernis may refer to:

Pithecophaga - The species was discovered in 1896 by the English explorer and naturalist John Whitehead, who observed the bird and whose servant, Juan, collected the first specimen a few weeks later.

Polemaetus - It is a very large eagle, with a length of 76โ€“96 cm , weight of 3.

Polyboroides - A harrier is any of the several species of diurnal hawks forming the Circinae sub-family of the Accipitridae family of birds of prey.

Rostrhamus - Snail Kites are 45 cm long with a 120 cm wingspan.

Sagittarius - Sagittarius may refer to:

Sarcogyps - Up to 85 cm long and weighing 3.

Spilornis - It contains the following species:

Spizaetus - Spizastur Lesson, 1839 Oroaetus Des Murs, 1845

Stephanoaetus - This content has an uncertain copyright status and may be deleted.

Terathopius - This is a common resident species of the open savanna country in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Torgos - It is not closely related to the superficially similar New World vultures, and does not share the good sense of smell of some members of that group.

Trigonoceps - This is a medium-sized vulture, 72โ€“85 cm in length and 207โ€“230 cm in wingspan.

Urotriorchis - This hawk inhabits the rainforests of western and central Africa.

Order : Falconiformes
Family : Accipitridae