It looks like these two are hooking up.
Grey-lined Hawks are known as solitary predators. Alone they are seen perched on open spots in the trees, scanning the area for potential prey. Near the lodge, airstrip edge and even at the River cabin, at least one Grey-lined Hawk is spotted. A true resident of Kabalebo.
Occasionally you can also witness their hunting skills. Lizards and toads are usually the target. Sometimes you can even spot a Grey-lined Hawk on the ground while being on top of a toad or lizard.
But rarely do you see two Grey-lined Hawks close to each other, in this case on one branch. This usually means they are ready to welcome the next generation. Now it is time to spot the nest or if that doesn't work out, wait until the young Grey-lined Hawk appears.
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