Black winged Kites are common in Pakistan Usually located in plains near Lahore and Punjab Region. The Black-winged Kite is a species principally of open land and semi-deserts in sub-Saharan Africa and tropical Asia, but it has a toehold inside Europe in Spain and Portugal. The species range appears to be growing in southern Europe and likely in West Asia.
The Black-winged Kite biologically known as Elanus caeruleus is an undersized diurnal bird of prey in the family Accipitridae superlative for its habit of floating over vast meadows in the mode of the much-smaller kestrels. This Eurasian and African species was from time to time united with the native Australian Black-shouldered Kite (Elanus axillaris) and the North and South American White-tailed Kite (Elanus leucurus) which together form a super species. This kite is unique, with long-wings, pallid grey and black plumage and owl like forward-facing eyes with red irises. Though primarily seen on the plains, they are occasionally seen on green slopes of mountains in the higher elevation regions of Asia.