A field guide to hawks, North America - download pdf or read online

By William S Clark; Brian K Wheeler; National Audubon Society.; National Wildlife Federation

ISBN-10: 0395360013

ISBN-13: 9780395360019

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Adults huve pale yellow to pale greenish yellm,y cert's. [d] ADULT. Gray cheeks and narrow white lhroats arc noticeable. i\clany adults huve unmarked white underparts. Underwillgs 1IsIIa/ly ap­ pear tll'o-t(med: darh primaries contrast with w/zite coverts alltl paler seeo/It/aries. Note white bases on outer two or three pri­ maries. IVhite tail has wide hlach sublermi/u'/ hand. tel SUBADULT (BASIC II). Similar to adult but head. neck. and hack arc blackish ; belly, Ilanks, and leg ('cal hers h;lve nurrow dark barring: and uppertail uften appears somcwhLlt oil-white to pale gray.

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Palest adults with gray faces. orll/'lge-l'IIjims 10 rufous "rellSIs (forming dark bib ). amI unmarked or lightlv marked whitish bellies arc almost alwa ys maiC's, ;\ lote rufous on nape. Light-morph adults have white foreheads and throats . [b] lIGHT'MOR,PH ADULT, Darker adults \\'ith brown faces. '1l breasls. and spolll·d bellies can 'be either male or I'cmale but me more orten the latter. This is a v

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