Differential Autumn Migration of Sharp-shinned and Cooper’s Hawks in Western North America’

@inproceedings{Carter2001DifferentialAM,
  title={Differential Autumn Migration of Sharp-shinned and Cooper’s Hawks in Western North America’},
  author={Harry R. Carter and Spencer G. Sealy and In C. J. Ralph and George L. Hunt and Martin G. Raphael and Jamie Piatt},
  year={2001}
}
Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) and Cooper’s Hawks (A. cooperii) showed differential migration timing during autumn migration in New Mexico and Nevada. Age-sex classes passed through both sites in this order: juvenile females, juvenile males, adult females, and adult males. We compared the magnitude of differential migration timing in these two species. The number of days separating mean passage dates of age classes (juvenile and adult) was greater for Sharp-shinned Hawks than for… CONTINUE READING

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