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  1. The Northern Goshawk is the largest and heaviest bodied of the three North American accipiters. Goshawks are clearly larger than Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus).Male Northern Goshawks can be of similar size to female Cooper's Hawks (Accipiter cooperi), but Northern Goshawks have broader wings and a relatively short tail compared to Cooper's Hawks (Squires and Reynolds ).
  2. Come along and meet the animals that kill to live. These predators vary in size from the giant Bears to the tiny yet savagely ferocious Shrews. Using claws, jaws and paws, and armed with teeth, tusks and talons, their common goal is to hunt and survive without being eaten themselves.
  3. Northern Goshawk rates an 11 on the Conservation Concern Score and is not on the State of North America's Birds' Watch List. Goshawks were once shot and trapped because they were seen as a threat to domestic poultry. In the s, Pennsylvania and other states paid hunters a $5 bounty for each goshawk they killed.
  4. The goshawk's tail is long, but wider than those of the other accipiters; this is the best way to distinguish a Goshawk from a Cooper's Hawk. The juvenile's tail is more darkly banded than that of the adult. The Goshawk is similar in shape to the Sharp-shinned and Cooper's Hawk, with short round wings, and a .
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  6. The female lays usually eggs, but the Gabar Goshawk may lay eggs. The incubation lasts between 30 and 35 days, mainly by the female. The male often feeds her during this period. The chicks have white or grey down, with long filaments on the head.
  7. A powerful predator of northern and mountain woods. Goshawks hunt inside the forest or along its edge; they take their prey by putting on short bursts of amazingly fast flight, often twisting among branches and crashing through thickets in the intensity of pursuit. In some years, perhaps when prey is scarce in the north, autumn invasions may bring Goshawks well to the south of their normal.
  8. The goshawk's nest is built close to the trunk of a tree and reused for several years. Females stay in the nest while males hunt for food. Young are raised between March and June. Between two and four eggs are laid per clutch. Goshawk fledglings become independent after around three months.
  9. Accipiter gentilis. Adult Goshawk. Photo Gary Funnell. Goshawk are well-known as feisty and difficult falconers’ birds and their scientific name gentilis derives from the fact that traditionally only members of the gentry or nobility were allowed to carry one. Goshawks are the largest of the accipiter/hawk group of birds of prey and are found across much of the Northern Hemisphere.

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