Buteo jamaicensis


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Related to Buteo jamaicensis: Red tail hawk, Harlan's Hawk
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Synonyms for Buteo jamaicensis

dark brown American hawk species having a reddish-brown tail

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The third sound category comprised two exemplars of the red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) scream (Stokes Field Guide to Bird Songs, Eastern Region and The Birds of North America).
Observation of a gopher snake (Pituophis catenifer) constricting a red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis).
Bats can escape pursuers with rapid evasive turns, which large birds (Bubo virginiamis, Buteo siuainsoni, Buteo jamaicensis, and Circus cyaneus) are incapable of matching (Baker, 1962).
Species Number Percent Raptors/ Observed of total 100 km Red-tail Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) 178 46.6 17.7 Rough-legged Hawk (B.
Of those Puerto Rican parrots that did not survive, most fell prey to red-tailed hawks (Buteo jamaicensis) (White et al.
(4) A pedicle-advancement flap was also used to cover head wounds in a ring-necked pheasant (Phasianus colchicus), a rock dove (Columba livia), and a red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis).
In North America, other raptor species have been found infected with H5N8 or H5N2 virus: Cooper's hawk (Accipiter cooperii), great horned owl (Bubo virginianus), red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis), peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus), and bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus).
Se ha documentado que el caracara comun Caracara cheriway (Famila Falconidae, peso 1050-1300 g) roba alimento de manera eficaz tanto a sus congeneres como a distintas especies rapaces tales como el zopilote aura (Cathartes aura, peso 1900-2000 g), gavilan pescador (Pandion haliaetus, peso 1400-2000 g), gavilan rastrero (Circus cyaneus, peso 300-750 g), halcon de Harris o aguillla rojinegra (Parabuteo unicinctus, peso 515-1630 g) y aguililla cola roja (Buteo jamaicensis, peso 690-1460 g) (Bent 1938, Glazener 1964, Hamilton 1981, Rodriguez-Estrella & Rivera-Rodriguez 1992, Morrison 1996 McNair et al.
(Buteo jamaicensis) 1946; Hensley 1959; Sherrod 1978 (1); van Heest & Ha 2000; V7 Ring-billed Gull Herring Gull, Larus (Larus delawarensis) argentatus--Goldman 1971 Rough-legged Hawk (Buteo lagopus) McAtee 1935; Sherrod 1978 (1) Sandhill Crane (Grus canadensis) Guthrie 1932 (1); whooping crane, Grus americana--Guthrie 1932 (1); P7 Sharp-shinned Hawk (Accipiter striatus) Guthrie 1932 (1); Sherrod 1978 (1) Great Horned Owl P3; other owl species--Guthrie (Bubo virginianus) 1932 (1) Turkey Vulture (Cathartes aura) Guthrie 1932 (1) Western bluebird (Sialia mexicana) Eastern Bluebird Sialia Sialia--Flanigan 1971 Avian Snake Predators at Eagle Lake Eats Thamnophis American Crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos) Shine et al.
The birds infested were: Buteo jamaicensis (7/12), Parabuteo unicinctus (2/12), Buteo swainsoni (1/12), Caracara cheriway (1/12) and Tyto alba (1/12) (Table 1).
Red-tailed hawks (Buteo jamaicensis) capture a variety of prey items across their range (Preston, 2000).
Species 1995 1996 1 -- Nycticorax violaceus -- 1(0.28) 2 -- Cathartes aura 8(2.46) 10(2.88) 3 -- Buteo jamaicensis 2(0.61) 1(0.28) 4 -- Falco sparverius -- 2(0.57) 5 -- Callipepla squamata 15(4.61) 4(1.15) 6 -- Zenaida macroura 23(7.07) 16(4.61) 7 -- Bubo virginianus 1(0.30) -- 8 -- Chordeiles acutipennis 26(8.00) 17(4.89) 9 -- Archilochus alexandri 3(0.92) 3(0.82) 10 -- Picoides scalaris 3(0.92) 11(3.17) 11 -- Empidonax minimus -- 2(0.57) 12 -- E.
Before golden eagles started utilizing the northern Channel Islands in the 1990s, the only known predator of island foxes was the red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis), which only preyed on young island fox (Coonan 2001a; Moore and Collins 1995).
Others identified were red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis, 6), snowy owl (Nyctea scandiaca, 2), turkey vulture (Cathartes aura, 2), and red-shouldered hawk (Buteo lineatus, 1).
The birds are no longer using supplemental feeding, and they all survived an attack near the release site by a red-tailed hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) on July 19.