A Dorhawke or kind of accipiter muscarius conceiued to haue its name from feeding upon flies & beetles.
This is a near relative of the Indian koel, which bears remarkable resemblance to an American hawk (accipiter cooperi).
The Cooper hawk (accipiter cooperii) has been recorded nesting in this hickory.
The Sparrow-hawk (accipiter fringillarius of some authors) will become gentle and tame in captivity.
Several species of Astur and accipiter (Bazi) feed on small songsters and mice.
Then there are two other falconers on foot, one carrying a goshawk and the other a sparrow-hawk (accipiter nisus).
It is in habits and appearance very like the common sparrow-hawk (accipiter nisus).