FEHA

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FEHAFair Employment and Housing Act (California)
FEHACalifornia Fair Employment and Housing Act
FEHAFlorida Environmental Health Association
FEHAFerruginous Hawk (bird species Buteo regalis)
FEHAFederal Hall National Memorial (US National Park Service)
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Manual restraint resulted in a significant increase in cloacal temperature in red-tailed hawks (Buteo jamaicensis), and was demonstrated to cause a tachycardia in both red-shouldered hawks (Buteo lineatus) and a ferruginous hawk (Buteo regalis).
While conducting a larger study to determine the hazards of Rozol[R] to wildlife, we hypothesized ferruginous hawk behavior would follow predictions of foraging theory, and they would prefer to hunt BTPDs in Rozol[R] treated areas because of the availability of easy-to-capture (poisoned) prey.
Perch location Supplemental Shielded Control Total perch crossarm crossarm perches Species n Count % Count % Count % Count Ferruginous Hawk 2 7 24 0 0 22 76 29 Rough-legged Hawk 1 5 56 0 0 4 44 9 Red-tailed Hawk 10 130 67 6 3 59 30 195 Swainson's Hawk 3 26 65 4 10 10 25 40 Turkey Vulture 1 18 86 0 0 3 14 21 Total 17 186 63 10 3 98 33 294
The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (2002) has designated several grassland raptors as "Birds of Conservation Concern" in the shortgrass prairie region (ferruginous hawk), as well as nationally (ferruginous hawk; Swainson's hawk, Buteo swainsoni).
Years later, in California, I saw a ferruginous hawk doing the same thing.
"The ferruginous hawk (Buteo regalis) is considered an endangered species in Alberta," says Brandy Downey, senior species-at-risk biologist, Alberta Sustainable Resource Development Department (SRD).
The book A Hawk in the Sun covers the three year study of Leon Powers of the desert ferruginous hawk during his Ph.D studies at Idaho State University.
BIRD IN HAND Head falconer Derek Clark with lanner/gyrfalcon Teal at Simonburn HUNTER Mandy French with Jack the Harris hawk, one of the stars at the Falconry Days base at Simonburn, north of Hexham TEAM Mark French holds peregrine falcon Prince while wife Mandy holds Boxer, a ferruginous hawk
The ferruginous hawk that had feather damage to the tail and primaries was a two-year-old, who has had a hunting accident.
And when you are an important food source for predators such as the golden eagle, ferruginous hawk, coyote, fox, badger, and bobcat, disappearing into a crowd is a good strategy.
Species tested positive (%) seroconverted Swainson's hawk 28 8 (28.6) 5 Red-tailed hawk 13 4 (30.8) 2 Ferruginous hawk 1 1 (100.0) 0 American kestrel * 32 0 -- Peregrine falcon 2 1 (50.0) 1 Golden eagle 3 1 (33.3) 1 Great horned owl 23 4 (17.4) 3 Barn owl 24 0 -- Long-eared owl 5 0 -- Other species ([dagger]) 10 0 -- Total 141 19 (13.5) 12 No.