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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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Large range use shifts have been reported for Northern Goshawk (A.
Thus, our habitat-relationship information for these species could be useful in fine tuning management for the northern goshawk.
Northern goshawk diets in ponderosa pine forests on the Kaibab Plateau.
Northern goshawk food habits and goshawk prey species habitats.
Management recommendations for the northern goshawk in the southwestern United States.
Neither Northern Goshawk counts nor winter weather appear to explain population indices (relative fluctuations of grouse numbers based on drumming display counts) for our study population based on our simultaneous evaluation of plausible factors affecting grouse numbers.
The Buddy was able to measure the embryonic heart rate in eggs of Northern goshawks and peregrine falcons, which are also pigmented and considered difficult to measure.
The digital egg monitor was also used to measure the heart rate of peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) and Northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) embryos.
Key words: embryo, heart rate, digital egg monitor, artificial incubation, avian, chicken, turkey, birds of prey, peregrine falcon, Falco peregrinus, Northern goshawk, Accipiter gentilis

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