Grey Goshawk (white morph)
Grey Goshawks (Accipiter novaehollandia) are about 40–55 cm long, with wingspans of 70–110 cm. Females are much larger than males, weighing about 680 g. Males average 350 g.
The grey morph has a pale grey head and back, dark wingtips, barred grey breast and tail, and white underparts. The white morph is the only bird of prey in the world to be entirely white.
Goshawks usually prey on mammals such as rabbits, possums, and bats. They may also eat birds, small ;reptiles, and insects. Females, due to their size, can catch larger prey than males.
Hunting is often done by stealth, but Grey Goshawks are willing to pursue their prey before catching it with their talons.