Harris’s Hawk

Parabuteo unicinctus

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Harris's hawks nest in social units that vary from an adult pair to as many as seven individuals, including both adults and immatures. 

Harris’s hawks are one of the few hawks that engage in cooperative hunting. Groups of Harris's hawks are more successful at capturing prey than individuals hunting alone. Groups of five hawks are the most successful.


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