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Falklands Wildlife Checklist
Turkey) Cathartes aura jota B Order ACCIPITRIFORMES Family Accipitridae Sharp-shinned Hawk Variable Hawk (Red-backed or Blue Hawk) Cinereous Harrier Long-winged Harrier Accipiter striatus Buteo polyosoma ... Caracara (Johnny/Jack Rook) Southern (Crested) Caracara (Carancho) Peregrine Falcon (Sparrow Hawk) Aplomado Falcon American Kestrel Milvago chimango Phalcoboenus australis Caracara plancus Falco ...

The bird described is almost certainly a Cooper's Hawk or Sharp-shinned Hawk. Both are members of the accipiter family; forest dwelling ... of the diet of the Sharp-shinned Hawk is small birds, but only about 50% of the diet of a Cooper's Hawk is small to medium ... of all, we have to define the word ``hawk''. In North America, the word hawk is used to describe both soaring hawks (Buteos) ...

NMPIF Forests 4
USFWS 1995. Williamson's Sapsucker (Dobbs et al.1997) Associated Species: Sharp-shinned Hawk, Flammulated Owl, Cordilleran Flycatcher, Warbling Vireo, Clark's Nutcracker, Violet-green ... standing aspen Olive-sided Flycatcher (Yanishevsky and Petring-Rupp 1997) Associated Species: Sharp-shinned Hawk, Band-tailed Pigeon, Flammulated Owl, Broad-tailed Hummingbird, Williamson's Sapsucker, Clark ... More from this site

Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory's Hawk Stalk Photo Album
Sharp-shinned Hawk (below right), and both adults and juveniles lack the prominent pale "eyebrow" of the ... head, and lack of contrast in color between the crown and nape. Cooper's Hawk 2005 Sheri Williamson Sharp-shinned Hawk 2004 Tom Wood From November to March, the skies of the Sulphur Springs ...

Sharp-shinned Hawks in Kansas
Sharp-shinned Hawks in Kansas SHARP-SHINNED HAWK Photo by Bob Gress Sharp-shinned Hawk Accipiter striatus Measurements: Length: 10 - 12 inches Wingspread: 21 - 25 inches Weight: 3.6 - 7 ounces Comments: Sharp-shinned hawks ... birds. There are a few records of nesting in northeast Kansas. Food: Sharp-shinned hawks prey almost exclusively on small birds. They sometimes stakeout backyard bird feeders ...

coopers hawk
The Cooper's hawk is about the size of a crow. Of its relatives, the sharp-shinned hawk is smaller and the northern ... come to him. Click here for more Cooper's hawk photos. If a Cooper's Hawk arrives at your feeder, stop bird feeding for ... to as the "chicken hawk." In fairness, many types of hawks have been dubbed "chicken hawk," including the red-tailed hawk. Number of young: Cooper ...

Cooper's Hawk picture album
Hawk picture album The Cooper's hawk photo album Compare these photos of Cooper's hawks (above and left) with the sharp-shinned hawk below left. ... one reason the Cooper's hawk has recovered in Illinois. The sharp-shinned hawk is a smaller cousin of the Cooper's hawk. They are less than ... home page | Learn about our educational programs | Return to Cooper's hawk identification page | Return to Birds ... More from this site

Sharp-shinned Hawk
Sharp-shinned Hawk IWRC Raptor ID Series Sharp-shinned Hawk Head Wing Photo by Sallie Reynolds Tail Feet/Legs Adults Nestlings/Juveniles Distinctive features Similar species Developmental Series Table of Contents Raptor ID Home International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council

sharp-shinned series
IWRC Raptor ID Series Sharp-shinned Hawk 1 2 3 4 Photo series by Natasha Leong 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Click on a photo to see a larger image Sharp-shinned Hawk ... More from this site

The Hawk Conservancy Trust -
Kite Griffon Vulture Guiana Crested Eagle Gymnogene Gyrfalcon Harpy Eagle Harris' Hawk Hawaiian Hawk Hawk Owl Hen Harrier Himalayan Griffon Vulture Hobby Hooded Vulture Hook-billed Kite ... shouldered Hawk Red-tailed Hawk Rough-legged Buzzard Rufous-thighed Owl Ruppels Vulture Rusty-barred Owl Saker Falcon Savannah Hawk Secretary Bird Sharp-shinned Hawk Shikra Short-eared Owl Short-tailed Hawk ...

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