Cooper's hawk


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Synonyms for Cooper's hawk

bluish-grey North American hawk having a darting flight

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Privately owned by founder and CEO Tim McEnery, Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurants has experienced rapid success since opening its first location in 2005 in McEnery's hometown of Orland Park, 111.
Although Cooper's hawks usually prey on small birds, they also eat rodents.
As for Cooper's Hawk in Melbourne, it "will never he a money maker," Cooper said.
The Steller's jays she watched in Arizona certainly sent the Cooper's hawk on its way in a hurry.
A stern order to sit helps Dakota and Rosie contain their enthusiasm one brisk January afternoon as McDermott lets them out of the back of his vehicle, puts on a thick, leather glove, and transfers his Cooper's hawk, Puckerbutt, from box to fist.
Cooper's Hawk November chef recommendations include roasted squash ravioli with lobster, shrimp and scallops, served with tomato, tarragon, parmesan and lobster sauce ($23.99), which works well with the full-bodied, round Lux chardonnay ($29.99 a bottle).
Cooper's Hawk got 280 of the more than 600 votes cast.
([dagger]) Includes burrowing owl (n = 2), sharp-shinned hawk (n = 2), Cooper's hawk (n = 1), eastern screech owl (n = 1), merlin (n = 1), osprey (n = 1), prairie falcon (n = 1), and northern saw-whet owl (n = 1).
Food and beverages will be provided by Chicago staples, such as Gibsons Bar and Steakhouse, Lagunitas Brewing Company and Cooper's Hawk Winery.
David Patneaude is the new vice president of winery operations, and Brit Zotovich is the new supply relations and sourcing manager of Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurants.
Cooper's Hawk founder/CEO Tim McEnery, who has a background in restaurant management, recalls his initial inspiration for the business in 2002.
("It's clearly a Cooper's hawk and here's why..."; "It's clearly a goshawk and here's why...") However, all seemed to agree that it is an immature accipiter (or bird hawk), but whether it was a Cooper's or a goshawk, it seems only the bird knows for sure!
One each of peregrine falcon, great horned owl (Bubo virginianus), and Cooper's hawk (Accipiter cooperi) from a total of 472, 81, and 100, respectively, were also positive.
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