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Synonyms for sparrow hawk

small North American falcon

small hawk of Eurasia and northern Africa

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* Two important Cu mineralized trends (DCA and Sparrowhawk) were delineated at the recently acquired Sparrowhawk Project in the Babine Porphyry Belt, indicating significant potential for buried porphyry systems in downdropped fault blocks on the west side of the property.
This superb picture of a sparrowhawk was taken by Dave Pearce.
Last April, the Observer reported how the carcass of an apparently healthy female sparrowhawk was discovered by a Dunblane man out walking his dog.
The brilliant thing about a sparrowhawk sitting on the garden wall is you can study what an absolutely lovely bird it is.
Speaking outside court, Mr Sparrowhawk's mother, Sara Ryan, accused the trust of "arming itself with a range of legal weapons and dirty tricks" following the deaths.
Donna added: "On October 3, 1956, during Operation Sparrowhawk, John died of injuries sustained during an ambush to capture members of the EKOA.
Not just a great shout for food, the Sparrowhawk has a well-kept beer range that is varied and interesting.
Linda Clayton and granddaughter Jessica were driving through Milnsbridge when a white pigeon in flight crossed their path - pursued by a sparrowhawk.
The RSPB favourite, the sparrowhawk came early, before nesting time, usually it comes after nesting.
US-based industrial real estate firm SparrowHawk Real Estate Strategists has completed the sale of its Bluegrass Industrial Portfolio in Louisville, Kentucky, the company said.
17 August 2017 - US-based industrial real estate firm SparrowHawk Real Estate Strategists has completed the sale of its Bluegrass Industrial Portfolio in Louisville, Kentucky, the company said.
The Sparrowhawk Project aims to revolutionise the way vehicles, such as niche sports cars, electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles are made.
The diets of Eurasian sparrowhawk Accipiter nisus and Black kite Milvus migrans occupying Lal Sohanra National Park at Bahawalpur, southern Punjab were analyzed.
Ken's role in Sparrowhawk won't be his first foray into fame, as the Chester-le-Street singer was once one of Japan's biggest pop stars.