Size of Cooper’s Hawk
The Cooper’s Hawk is a member of the hemichordata, In taxonomy, its phylum is Hemichordata, the class is Aves, and it belongs to the order Accipitriformes.
The Cooper’s Hawk belonged to the family Accipitridae, mainly distributed in Central-America, North-America. They like to live in woodlands, forests, and Their skin type is feathers, and their bodies have multiple colors, mainly brown, grey, white. In addition, birds, mammals are also foods that it often preys.It is currently estimated that there are 100,000-1,000,000.
The most distinctive feature of Cooper’s Hawk is long tail and rounded wingtips.