Below are Coopers Hawk references (proper Cooper's Hawk) we have used to reference information on the Coopers Hawk page.
Please check back from time to time, as we will be adding additional Cooper's Hawk references to this page.
Bent, A.C. 1937. Life Histories of North American birds of prey. U.S. National Museum Bulletin. 167:147-165. Wash. D.C.
Call. M.W. 1978. Nesting Habitats and Surveying Techniques for Common Western Raptors. Tech. Note TN-316. Bureau of Land Management. Denver Service Center.
Clark, W.S. and B.K. Wheeler. 1987. A Field Guide to Hawks of North America. The Peterson Field Guide Series. Houghton Mifflin. Boston.
Ehrlich, P.R., D.S. Dobkin and D. Wheye. 1988. The Birder's Handbook. A Field Guide to the Natural History of North American Birds. Simon and Schuster. New York.
Klimkiewicz, M. K. 2008. Longevity Records of North American Birds. Version 2008.1. Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. Bird Banding Laboratory. Laurel MD.
Toland. B. 1985. Foods of Cooper's Hawks, Missouri. J. Field Ornithology. 56:419-422.
Wheeler, B.K. and W.S. Clark. 1995. A Photographic Guide to North American Raptors. Academic Press. San Diego.
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