Video by Kerry Ross 11 Jan 2008
A bad photo but you can get an idea of the birds silhouette, especially the rounded head shape.
In this photo (better exposure) the peach-buffy undertail coverts can be seen. Also you can see how that peach-buffy wash is apparent between the dark "vest" and the white belly border, then lightening on the belly. A slightly apparent contrast with the head and rest of the dark areas on the bird can be seen, also....though better illustrated in later photos of the bird.
This photo illustrates the head shape of the bird, also showing the dark slightly contrasting head (though some of the head is in shadow in this photo, making it appear darker), with the grayish back. Notice the dark (black?) contrasting tail. The buffy-washed undertail coverts can be seen also.
Contrasting dark head and dark tail.
Photo by Kerry Ross
Photo by Kerry Ross.
Photo by Kerry Ross. In Kerrie's flight shot here you can clearly see the buffy undertail coverts and the underwing coverts appear dark but are shadowed so I don't think you could get a clear idea of underwing color here.