To Feed the Sparrowhawks

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Sparrow Hawk. What do the birds say? Eye: white or brightly coloured. I would buy and put food out for the hawk. If you encounter a Sparrow Hawk stalking the garden then altering the feeding plan should help the smaller birds.

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By using this technique I managed to get a female sparrowhawk to feed in the garden for six months and I got some great photographs of its. A friend found an injured sparrow hawk in the garden and took it to the vet. injections and told them to bring it home and to feed it mince meat.

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Sparrowhawks: Friend or foe?

Hi All A friend found an injured sparrow hawk in the garden and took it to the vet. The vet thinks it may have eaten rat poison so gave it some injections and told them to bring it home and to feed it mince meat. The bird will not eat it so is there a way of feeding the bird that any one can recommend? Thanks in advance. Originally Posted by rachel Hi John Thank you for the information will pass it onto them Rachel.

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My location. I just wonder, how can the vet recomend to take the bird back to your home? AFAIK is this a protected species and keeping and care only allowed to professional institutions, not to a layperson. Or am I wrong? No offense meant, Rachel, but I would be surprised if there is a good outcome for that bird.

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Not sure if these guys in co Limerick can help Rachel? I would actually take the bird to a wildlife hospital, they will have much more experience in this sort of problem, hats off to your friend for doing what she can, but personally I think you should tell them to hand it over to the professionals. Damian :.

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However it is in woodland that they excel. Their excellent flying ability enables them to ambush unsuspecting birds. They then pluck their prey usually at a favourite stump known as a plucking perch. Often this is the only sign that they are present in a locality as this woodland bird spends much of its time sitting motionless in deep cover. Each adult consumes about 2 small birds a day.

The male blackbird in this AVI can be seen perilously close to a female sparrowhawk as it tries to defend its nest by a mixture of display and sound. Meanwhile the vocal female blackbird displays on a nearby branch AVI. Other birds such as crows and rooks will also mob a sparrowhawk if it is out in the open. Sparrowhawks nest in May laying about 4 or 5 eggs.

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They are incubated for 35 days. Upon hatching the female remains on the nest for the first two weeks. During this time the male does the hunting.