Northern Goshawk (American)

Accipiter gentilis atricapillus/laingi

ML61215


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William W. H. Gunn
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Gardiner Canyon
Arizona, United States
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Age and Sex
Age not specified, Sex not specified
Sounds
Call
Behaviors
Breeding
Tags
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Playback
Unspecified

Comments

NOTES: "Identification by Dr. Steve Russell; These Calls are apparently from a young bird, able to fly; SE Arizona" (WWHG) [This canyon is located on the east side of the Santa Rita Mountains at 31.7 degrees North, 110.75 degrees West. Good calls at 0:42-0:46, 1:02-1:05, 1:23-1:26, and 1:40-1:42. Quality changed from 2 to 2-1. - CAM - 23 November 2004] [The following was received from Dr. Richard T. Reynolds on 23 December 2004: "61215 is definitely the food beg of a fledgling accipiter. The food beg of a Cooper's hawk is weaker than a goshawk's. From this recording, it is difficult to decide which of the two species it is because the distance from the recorder (volume of the recording?) is unknown to me. My best guess is that it is a goshawk. The more that I listened to it the more I am convinced it is a fledgling goshawk."].

Technical Information

Recorder
Microphone
Accessories

Archival Information

Cataloged
14 Aug 1999 by Geert Dhondt
Digitized
16 Aug 2000 by Lauren A. Serafin
Edited

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