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Sleek but heavily built goshawk. This one in white with bright yellow cere and legs and red eyes. Females around 50cm and males slightly smaller at around 40cm.
This one found on southern Bruny Island in eastern Tasmania on the forest edge. All Grey Goshawks in Tasmania are white morph.
It was pouring with rain and this bird practically glowed in the dull light. It was minding its own business when it got attacked by a Forest Raven. Unfortunately due to distance and camera speed I couldn't get a really clear image (need some more tips Jim!) but the last image is classic.