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Calls. Call a loud "kee-aah," with second note descending in pitch. Often given repeatedly. Hawks use it to claim their territory and when alarmed. Female Red- shouldered Hawks sometimes give a soft kee call when on the nest. Red-shouldered Hawk · Buteo lineatus · (Gmelin, JF, ). Order: ACCIPITRIFORMES. Family: Accipitridae (Kites, Hawks and Eagles). Genus: Buteo. Species: lineatus. A hawk of the woodlands, often heard before it is seen. The clear whistled calls of this hawk are conspicuous, especially in spring; in the east, Blue Jays often give a near-perfect imitation of this call. Over much of eastern North America the Red- shoulder has become uncommon, sticking closely to the remaining forests.
VOICE: SOUNDS BY XENO-CANTO Red-shouldered Hawk's call is an evenly spaced series of clear and high notes “kee-ah” or “kah”. It is the most common call. This call announces that a territory is occupied, and when birds are alarmed. Seven different calls are recognized. HABITAT: Red-shouldered Hawk is often seen. Figure 5. Alarm call of the Red-shouldered Hawk. TheKee-aahcall of the Red- shouldered Hawk, often used as an alarm call. From the Borror Laborabory of Bioacoustics #, Ohio State University. The red-shouldered hawk (Buteo lineatus) is a medium-sized hawk. Its breeding range spans eastern North America and along the coast of California and northern to northeastern-central Mexico. Red-shouldered hawks are permanent residents throughout most of their range, though northern birds do migrate, mostly to.
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