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Falcon de Sierra

Falcon de Sierra

Sharp-shinned Hawk (Accipiter striatus)

Sharp-shinned Hawk (Accipiter striatus)

Sharp-shinned Hawk

Sharp-shinned Hawk

Female Sharp-shinned Hawks are about a third bigger and heavier than males. This is common for hawks and owls, but otherwise uncommon amongst birds. The difference in size between the sexes reflects in the size of their prey. Nestlings feed first on small prey captured by the father, before moving on to the larger prey caught by the mother. One Sharp-shinned Hawk was found in Central Park in this year's Bird Count.

Female Sharp-shinned Hawks are about a third bigger and heavier than males. This is common for hawks and owls, but otherwise uncommon amongst birds. The difference in size between the sexes reflects in the size of their prey. Nestlings feed first on small prey captured by the father, before moving on to the larger prey caught by the mother. One Sharp-shinned Hawk was found in Central Park in this year's Bird Count.

hawk

hawk

Winged Jewels

Winged Jewels

Juvenil sparvhök

Juvenil sparvhök

Photograph Accipiter nisus - Sparrowhawk by Tomáš Hilger on 500px

Photograph Accipiter nisus - Sparrowhawk by Tomáš Hilger on 500px

White Redtail Hawk that lives in Westminster. Not sure if he is older or younger but he is an adult. Quite different looking though.

White Redtail Hawk that lives in Westminster. Not sure if he is older or younger but he is an adult. Quite different looking though.

Sharp-shinned Hawk | by TT_MAC

Sharp-shinned Hawk | by TT_MAC

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