Erythrotriorchis – Red goshawks
Unlike other hawks, they resemble an owl (looks-wise) more than an eagle
The feathers in these birds are adorned with reddish patterns.
This morphological feature makes them more appealing and good-looking than other birds. However, you may get scared and feel like running for dear life if you spot a Red goshawk devouring a parrot. They perch on trees and always keep an eye out for potential prey. After choosing a supper of their choice, they directly launch an attack. They do capture prey in flight, where partners hunt with excellent coordination. The male may lure the parrot (or any other bird) into a trap; then, the female finishes the job.