The white-collar kite (Leptodon forbesi) is a bird of the family of the Hawks (Accipitridae).
It is a critically endangered endemic bird species in Brazil.
The bird is 50 cm long on average.
It is a two-colored bird of prey, almost black from above and white from below, also the winged wing feathers are white.
The bird is very similar to the gray head, but the white collar has a larger dark-light contrast.
5 photos of the White collar loom.