IUCN threat status:

Near Threatened (NT)

Distribution

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Range Description

Accipiter haplochrous is endemic to New Caledonia (to France) where it is fairly common throughout. It is distributed from the far north (Manjelia) to the far south at Goro. Its area of occurrence is therefore c.12,000 km2, which if each pair requires 3-5 km2, equates to a population of c.2,400-4,000 pairs(V. Chartendrault and N. Barr in litt. 2007).

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