Accipitridae

[n] - hawks
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Accipitridae

family Accipitridae noun hawks; Old World vultures; kites; harriers; eagles
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Accipitridae

(from the article `falconiform`) Most species build nests on trees, ledges of cliffs, or, rarely, on the ground. All members of the family Accipitridae, as well as caracaras, the ...
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Accipitridae

The Accipitridae, one of the two major families within the order Accipitriformes (the diurnal birds of prey), are a family of small to large birds with strongly hooked bills and variable morphology based on diet. They feed on a range of prey items from insects to medium-sized mammals, with a number feeding on carrion and a few feeding on fruit. Th...
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