As we left the teak farm our driver spotted another of our targets, a Savannah Hawk. I believe this is a fairly widespread species in South America, but was a new genus (Buteogallus) for all of us. It acted like a Buteo but was much longer legged (and maybe smaller headed?) with much differently shaped wings and tail.
It was teed up atop a snag Redtail-like. See anything over its right shoulder? It didn't.
The hawk is tracking the kestrel with its eyes.
the kestrel peeled off pretty quickly though...