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Cooper's Hawk
(Accipiter cooperii)

        
Cooper's Hawk
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Cooper's Hawk Information

Length: 14 - 20"

Habitat: Deciduous, coniferous, and mixed woodlands, typically near open areas; open woodlands; wooded
edges of rivers; occasionally, urban areas.

Diet
: Mostly small and medium-sized birds
such as warblers, jays, and robins; sometimes, larger birds such as ruffed grouse; small mammals, including squirrels and chipmunks; occasionally, amphibians, snakes, insects.
 
 
Identification tips for the Cooper's Hawk
Calls of the Cooper's Hawk
 
Range Maps:
(Click map to enlarge.)
 
Coopers Hawk Breeding Map Coopers Hawk Winter Map      USGS
     
Breeding Map          Winter Map (CBC)     
 
Additional photos and information:

Cooper's Hawk
Photos, taxonomy, description, distribution and habitat, behavior, lifespanm and conservation status. (From Wikipedia)

Cooper's Hawk in Flight
From Nature Photography by David Blevins.
 
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Cooper's Hawk
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