1. Accipiter - Wikipedia


    Accipiter is a genus of birds of prey in the family Accipitridae. Most species are called goshawks or sparrowhawks, although all New World species are ...

  2. Accipiter | Definition of Accipiter by Merriam-Webster


    Define accipiter: any of a genus (Accipiter) of medium-sized forest-inhabiting hawks that have short broad wings and a long tail and a characteristic …

  3. Accipiter


    Accipiter closes for good Jan 10th. Yes, we are retiring and Accipiter is riding off into the sunset. For 29 years we have shared births, deaths, marriages and lots ...

  4. Accipiter Systems - Bigger Pipes for Big Data


    Accipiter Systems specializes in the development of next generation data communications systems for custom military and commercial applications, delivering …

  5. accipiter | bird | Britannica.com


    Any bird of the genus Accipiter, largest genus of the birds of prey, consisting of about 50 species of falconiform birds, or “bird” hawks, of the family Accipitridae.

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  7. accipiter - Wiktionary


    Dec 14, 2016 · accipiter volāns (a hawk in flight) Etymology . Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *h₂eḱus ...

  8. The Raptor Trust » Accipiters


    Accipiters are hawks that inhabit deeply wooded areas. They have short rounded wings and long rudder-like tails which allow them to maneuver among the trees.

  9. Accipiter Gallery - About Us


    Accipiter is a retail store in Raleigh, NC. It is the "brainchild" of former biologists Pat and Sandy Friedman. Opened in 1988, its one and only location is in the ...

  10. Accipiter, also known as Goshawks and Sparrowhawks


    Accipiter: a group of birds of prey in the family Accipitridae, mostly consisting of Goshawks and Sparrowhawks

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