Accipiter

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In almost every instance, the caller has misidentified a Cooper's hawk (Accipiter cooperii) as a peregrine.
Responses by Northern Goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) in New Mexico and Arizona were greatest during the nestling stage and fledgling-dependency stage using alarm calls and juvenile food-begging calls (Kennedy and Stahlecker 1993).
Unlike the accipiter hawks, which actively pursue their prey, red-tailed hawks search for prey by either soaring lazily above a field or meadow, or by perching in an elevated location until they spot a potential meal, at which time .they swoop in for the kill at Speeds up to 120 mph.
Abstract: This study examined the effect of 2 fitness programs on the postrelease survival and ability to maintain weight of 15 peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus) and 12 brown goshawks (Accipiter fasciatus) held captive for treatment or because they had been orphaned.
As hated as resident accipiters were, migrants from the north were despised even more (Gerstell 1937).
Accipiters, which have keen eyesight, are one of the owl's biggest predators; Reynolds and Linkhart retrieved several transmitters from the nests of sharp-shinned and Cooper's hawks.
Of the raptors, accipiters are the most efficient in pursuing and capturing emerging bats due to their ability to target and focus on an individual bat (Baker, 1962).
There are no such published data for the tree-nesting Cooper's Hawk (Accipiter cooperii), despite it being well-studied in some cities, such as Albuquerque, New Mexico (Millsap, 2018), Tucson, Arizona (Boggie and Mannan, 2014), Victoria, British Columbia (Rosenfield et al., 2007b), and Stevens Point and Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Rosenfield et al., 1995; Stout and Rosenfield, 2010).
The diets of Eurasian sparrowhawk Accipiter nisus and Black kite Milvus migrans occupying Lal Sohanra National Park at Bahawalpur, southern Punjab were analyzed.
In southeastern Arizona, survival of nests for black-chinned hummingbirds increased with increasing proximity to nests of Cooper's hawk (Accipiter cooperii) and northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis; Greeney and Wethington, 2009).