Scientific name : Accipiter badius
A common, widespread resident across Asia and Africa. Adult males have a reddish iris, blue-grey upperparts and fine brownish-orange barring on underparts. Females have a yellowish iris and brownish-grey upperparts. Both have narrow dark barring on the tail. Juveniles are browner with a prominent moustachial stripe and streaked underparts. It hunts for a wide variety of prey in woodland, savannah, and even suburban gardens, dashing out from perches within vegetation to grab its prey.
Source : Mahim Bhat