Accipiter francesiae (A. Smith)
(Accipiter francesiae pusillus (Gurney))
|local name: -|
|size: ca. 25 cm (length)
extinction date: last record 1958
|Frances' Goshawk occurs with
altogether four subspecies in Madagascar and the Comoros, where the birds
can be found in all types of forest and in cultivated land.
The subspecies from the island of Anjouan was last recorded in the year 1958 and is considered extinct.
Anjouan Island Sparrowhawk (Accipiter francesiae pusillus)
Depiction from: 'P. L. Sclater: On the Birds of the Comoro Islands. Ibis 6: 292-300. 1864'