Another raptor that can be hunted from the fist -- one mostly wild-trapped -- is the Cooper's hawk.
What does COHA stand for?
COHA stands for Cooper's Hawk (bird species Accipiter cooperii)
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We have 9 other meanings of COHA in our Acronym Attic
- Cradle of Hope (various locations)
- Cross of Honor (International Order of DeMolay)
- Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site (South Africa)
- City of Hope/Beckman Research Institute
- Cohen Syndrome
- California Outdoor Heritage Alliance
- Canadian Oil Heat Association
- Canadian Outdoor Heritage Alliance
- Cessation of Hostilities Agreement
- Church of Hot Addiction (Cobra Starship song)
- Council on Hemispheric Affairs
- Co-Operation on Health and Biodiversity (County Galway, Ireland, UK)
- Conference on Health and Biodiversity
- Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association
- Central Ohio Heritage Circle
- Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist
- Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds (journal)
- Citic Offshore Helicopter Co., Ltd. (China)
- City of Oxford Hockey Club
Samples in periodicals archive:
A comparison of noninvasive techniques for estimating total body fat in Sharp-shinned and Cooper's hawks.
Existing information suggests that the disease is most prevalent in young birds, and differential susceptibility to trichomoniasis among individuals in different age groups was documented in Cooper's hawks (Accipiter cooperii) nesting in Tucson, Arizona.
Helen Mackey, director of beverage strategy at Ruth's Hospitality Group, joins Leigh Merritt, director of beverage strategy at Bonefish Grill, and Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant CEO Tim McEnery for a lively exploration of trends with the potential to drive sales, traffic and profits, as well as those that can turn bars and lounges into hip gathering spots.
We selected potential home ranges from dominant types of land-use in which nests of Cooper's hawk were found in Tucson (i.
Snakes and Cooper's hawks further decimate its numbers by preying on hatchlings.
identified 1 matching sequence of 783 bp isolated from a Cooper's hawk (Accipiter cooperii) (GenBank accession no.
1 -- 2 -- color) Leslie Szabo and Sherrie Scheuerman, above, feed a mouse to a Cooper's hawk at the California Wildlife Center.