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Take the Harris's Hawk challenge!
Which mating system(s) are documented for Harris's Hawks breeding in North America?
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Which of the following are common prey of the Harris's Hawk in North America?
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Predators documented raiding Harris's Hawk nests include:
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What are known, human-caused sources of mortality?
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What is the clutch size for Harris's Hawk?
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The dominance hierarchy in Harris's Hawk society is such that:
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In North America, Harris's Hawks primarily live in which habitat types?
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What does the specific epitaph "unicinctus" mean?
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Which raptor is the Harris's Hawk's closest living relative?
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How many years does it take for the southern subspecies to achieve adult plumage?
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What are notable differences between the sexes?
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Which statement best describes the reproductive strategy of the Harris's Hawk?
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When Harris's Hawks breed cooperatively, the extra adult is most likely to be:
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The most likely reason that Harris's Hawks are not native to the northern U.S. and Canada is:
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The behavior unique to Harris's Hawks that is known as "back-standing" or "stacking" is:
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The subspecies of Harris's Hawks currently recognized by science are:
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Which of the following behaviors are documented for group hunting in Harris's Hawk?
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Another common name for the Harris's Hawk is:
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When a Harris's Hawk is injured and cannot participate in the hunt, its group members may bring food to it.
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The species' adaptations for living in hot climates include:
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