Cooper's Hawks capture birds with their feet and kill them by repeated squeezing. They have even been known to drown their prey. Three Cooper's Hawks were found in Central Park in this year's Bird Count.
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Cooper's Hawk with wings and tail spread. Photo by Jolene McArthur
Cooper's Hawk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. We've got a pair of these birds living by us.
Cooper's Hawk (Accipiter cooperii) is a medium-sized hawk native to the North American continent and found from Southern Canada to Northern Mexico.
Cooper's Hawk in the evening by Susan Schalbe**
Male Cooper's Hawk with 3 chicks by Thomas Muir, via Flickr. He is still sitting on two eggs.
Cooper's Hawk: Its rounded wings and long tail, which acts like a rudder on a ship, help the bird to maneuver through tight spots – such as a tangle of branches – to get at its quick moving prey.
Cooper's Hawk If you see a hawk near your bird feeder, it's probably a Cooper's Hawk. They feed on small birds, giving new meaning to 'bird feeder.'