[CT Birds] Suzanne Kane on Goshawk pursuit strategies.

Arthur Shippee ashippee at snet.net
Tue Mar 3 18:57:39 EST 2015

Video & brief story on Goshawk pursuit strategies -- as good as anything we've designed, & its sight & maneuverability is, let's say, advanced.  Fun for a long winter's night, March being heavy on the in-like-a-lion this year.


 "Suzanne Amador Kane, a physicist at Haverford College, collaborated with falconers to record and analyze the way goshawks pursue prey. ...  she does have video, from a camera mounted on a goshawk’s head. ... What surprised her, and what she reported Jan. 15 in The Journal of Experimental Biology, is that the goshawk, named Shinta, used both of these strategies.  "  http://jeb.biologists.org/content/218/2/212.abstract

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