Crested Goshawk caught a myna

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Through the good office of Allan Teo, we received the above images of a Crested Goshawk (Accipiter trivirgatus) attacking and eating a myna at Singapore’s Japanese Garden taken by Seck Wing Chee.

The Crested Goshawk is a rare resident and non-breeding visitor.

Sek Weng Chee
February 2011

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