|Common Name||Doria's Hawk|
|Range||New Guinea and Batanta Island off Western New Guinea.|
The Doria's goshawk or Doria's hawk (Megatriorchis doriae), is a species of bird of prey in the Accipitridae family. It is the only member of the genus Megatriorchis. It is endemic to lowland rainforests of New Guinea and Batanta Island off Western New Guinea.
In the genus name, "Mega-" is from the Greek word for "big". "Triorchis" was Greek for a kind of hawk thought to have three testicles — see Eutriorchis for details. The species name commemorates the Italian naturalist Giacomo Doria.
At up to 69 cm long, it is among the biggest hawks in the broad sense. It is greyish-brown with a black-barred crown and upperparts, whitish underparts, a black streak behind the eye, dark brown irises, a blackish bill and greenish-yellow legs. The sexes are similar. The female is slightly larger than the male.