The northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) is yellow listed (not at risk) in British Columbia. It's a sturdy hawk that is roughly the size of a raven and is most easily identified by the white eye stripe over its blood-red eye. The bird's call is a harsh "kak-kak-kak."
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They prefer old-growth forests, mature coniferous forests or mixed coniferous and deciduous upland forests
Listing and Date
Threats to Species
Not at risk
For more information on this species, visit The BC Species and Ecosystem Explorer and enter "northern goshawk" in the Species Name field.