1. Cooper’s hawk

Cooper’s hawk

Cooper's Hawk
Classification(s) : Predator, Prey
Cat Name : Hawk
Common Name : Cooper's Hawk
Scientific Name : Accipiter cooperii
Other Name(s) :
Physical Description :

A medium sized hawk with a long rounded tail and feathers of a dark gray or gray brown on the back. It’s underside is generally reddish and barred with white.

Physical Statistics :

Length: 15-20 Inches (39-50 Centimeters)
Weight: 8.83-21.07oz (250-597g)
Wingspan: 24-35 Inches (62-90 Centimeters)

Behavior :

Compact and agile, this bird hunts small birds and mammals in the undergrowth of forests and patches of trees.

Social Organization :

Generally solitary, but occasionally pairs.

Approval Level : None; Attacks on very small forest dwelling cats would not be uncommon during the spring and summer months.
Kill Difficulty : High;

While small, they possess talons that have the potential to maim or kill.

Training Level : Specialty - Raptor;

They must be attacks when they swoop down, as they rarely roost low enough to be within reach.

Hunting Tactic : Small Raptors
Food Quality : High; A good amount of rich, nutritious meat.
Danger Level : Medium (Kits and small apprentices are vulnerable);

Cooper’s Hawks will strike against a cat they see as easy prey.