Northern Goshawk in Winter

Northern goshawk.
Northern goshawk. Image by Melani Marfeld.

Appearance: Northern goshawks are large birds about 21-30″ long.

Winter diet: Mammals (e.g. rabbits, squirrels), large birds (e.g. grouse, woodpeckers, blue jays, crows), and even carrion.

Winter feeder food: They don’t eat feeder food.

Winter habitat: This bird prefers forest areas comprised of both coniferous and deciduous trees.

Migration: Northern goshawks are migrators. In the winter they are widespread throughout the US including Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, North & South Dakota, Nebraska, Illinois, and Ohio, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, and New England as well as Canada and Mexico.

Range Map

Northern goshawk range map.
Northern Goshawk range map.
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