Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Cooper Hawks are on the Loose

This is a Cooper Hawk. I got this picture from cooper hawk photos-Google images. Cooper Hawks grow up to 14-20 in(36-51cm) in length and weighs 12.3 oz(0.35 kg). They have a long round tail, and a large head. They live in xeric scrubs; mesic hammocks; mixed pine and hardwood forests; pine flatwoods; sandhills; and agricultural environments. They're range is central and north Florida. And they breed during April-July. They prey primarily on small birds, but can take birds as large as a Rock Pigeon.

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