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  • n. Plural form of goshawk.


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  • Shy woodland birds, such as goshawks, first colonized major cities a couple of decades ago.

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  • It is also home to birds such as goshawks and crossbills, while another Forestry Commission forest in Northumberland, Kidland, has one of England's rarest animals - the pine marten.

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  • We trundle south beyond the Tropic of Capricorn, south past running ostriches, baboons and goshawks, down past flat-topped acacias and euphorbias with stems vivid as trails of fireworks.

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  • We used to see northern goshawks, they would fly high and scream.

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  • In 1212 in Cambridgeshire, on the marsh edge of the Wash, King John flew his goshawks at cranes and killed seven.

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  • WHAT SPOTTED OWLS did for several thousand acres of Pacific Northwest forests, goshawks may do for the rest of the West's old growth.

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  • Raptors include the secretary bird (Sagittarius serpentarius), a number of eagles including the martial eagle (Polemaetus bellicosus), a variety of owls, including the giant eagle owl (Bubo lacteus) and a collection of falcons, goshawks, kestrels, and kites.

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  • Pristine trout streams tumble through deep ravines while eagles and goshawks ride thermals into the clouds.

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  • Wart spent his long afternoons in the wood with his brother Kay, where they fished and fought and listened to the goshawks crying “Cree, cree!” and the frogs in the reeds remarking “Sweet, sweet interlude; sweet interlude.”


  • It _could_ be a Coops – I made a big assumption based on size, having seen goshawks in the area and – most importantly – desire.

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