red-shouldered hawk

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Related to red-shouldered hawk: red-tailed hawk, rough-legged hawk, Cooper's hawk
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Synonyms for red-shouldered hawk

North American hawk with reddish brown shoulders

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Or hear the loud "kee-aah" of a red-shouldered hawk.
The red-shouldered hawk (Buteo lineatus) is currently listed as threatened in Michigan.
We released our red-shouldered hawk 10 weeks from the day of his injury.
This is in contrast to a separate trial in which a nonhooded red-shouldered hawk was manually restrained and the HR did not decrease over time.
Ah, now I hear the red-shouldered hawk they are chasing.
The goal is to protect and enhance the Lower Wisconsin Riverway, home to state-endangered and -threatened species like the ornate box turtle, red-shouldered hawk, and osprey, as well as 19 fish species and many other kinds of wildlife.
A red-shouldered hawk takes flight from a tree by the Thousand Oaks Library, where it guards two nests.
In birds, intestinal intussusceptions have been previously reported in several different avian orders; poultry, (13-15) two sibling macaws, (9) and red-tailed hawks (4) and one red-shouldered hawk (Buteo lineatus).
Apprentices must be at least 14 years old and they can possess only one raptor, such as an American kestrel or a red-shouldered hawk.
That red-shouldered hawk soaring high above me can see as many as 5,200, but no more.
You can hear the squeaks of the red-shouldered hawk, the clicking of the hummingbird,'' said Langhans, director of volunteer services.
Species that are threatened or of special concern such as the Blandings Turtle, the red-shouldered hawk, pugnose shriners, and least darters will be better protected as a result of this agreement.
In birds, intestinal intussusception has been previously reported in poultry, 4 macaws (Ara species), 2 red-tailed hawks (Buteo jamaicensis), and 1 red-shouldered hawk (Buteo lineatus).
Horned larks, western meadowlarks, mourning doves and other raptors, including the red-tailed hawk, red-shouldered hawk, white-tailed kite, northern harrier, and many owl species also can be seen at Ahmanson.