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goshawk

slate-blue, expert hunting hawk, 2 ft long with a 4 ft wingspan. A quick flyer that catches most of its prey on the wing. Called also Accipiter gentilis.
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These sciurids are important in diet of the northern goshawk (Reynolds et al.
Thus, our habitat-relationship information for these species could be useful in fine tuning management for the northern goshawk.
This study identifies the northern goshawk as the probable definitive host of a recently described novel Sarcocystis sp.
Thus, when rural inhabitants of Drehersville, at the base of the Kittatinny Ridge in the central Appalachian Mountains of eastern Pennsylvania, reported an "invasion" of northern goshawks during the winters of 1926-1927 and 1927-1928 to the Pennsylvania Game Commission, the commission quickly dispatched state ornithologist George Miksch Sutton to investigate.
In rejecting petitions to list northern goshawks, FWS bluntly asserted that "the burden of proof for genetic isolation rests with the petitioner .
8,9) In contrast, age differences have to be considered because we found significant differences between juvenile and adult northern goshawks, common buzzards, and common kestrels.
Serum chemistry panels and complete mineral and heavy metal screens were performed on blood samples from eight adult northern goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) breeding in Pennsylvania.
In this study, we used the Buddy digital egg monitor to evaluate incubating chicken and turkey embryos (in white and pigmented eggshells, respectively), chicken embryos at various ambient temperatures, and embryos of peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus) and Northern goshawks (Accipiter gentilis).

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