By: Scott Rashid (Author), Gary C Miller (Foreword By)
112 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations
Learn about the habits and habitat of the Northern Goshawk, a fierce bird of prey that nests in the boreal forests far from human habitation. This hawk, about the size of a Common Raven, is capable of catching and killing large birds such as geese and grouse, and animals such as rabbits and hares. The Northern Goshawk is notorious for attacking anything, including people, that come close to its nest or young. Read firsthand accounts of this species' fearless hunting prowess. Learn about plucking posts – the place where goshawks dismantle their prey before delivering it to their young. Stories include historical accounts and personal accounts from the author, his friends, and research associates. Northern Goshawk, the Gray Ghost is filled with the author's photographs and illustrations from his many years spent studying the Northern Goshawk in all seasons.
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Scott Rashid's work with Great Horned Owls began in the early 1980's after he saw his first Great Horned Owl in the wild. He has located numerous Great Horned Owl nests both in Wisconsin and Colorado, and has banded both juvenile and adult birds and rehabilitated injured ones.
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