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Hawks are a group of medium-sized diurnal raptors in the family of birds such as Accipitridae. Falcons are widely distributed in various sizes. The subfamily of yamadas birds as accipitrine includes birds such as goshawks, hawks, sharp-lipped hawks, and others. This subfamily are mainly forest birds with long tails and high visual acuity. They hunt their prey by running suddenly from a hidden or hidden place. In America, members of the buteo group are also called hawks; This group is called vultures in other parts of the world. Butean birds generally have broad wings and a robust build. They are relatively larger winged, tailed, and shorter and fly longer distances in open areas than accipiters. Butean birds descend or pounce on their prey rather than hunt in a fast horizontal pursuit. The hawk terms accipitrina and buteonine hawk are used to distinguish between the types in regions where hawk applies to both. The term “true hawk” is sometimes used for accipitrina hawks in regions where vulture birds are preferred to hawks. All of these groups are members of the Accipitridae family, which includes hawks and vultures, as well as yamadas such as kites, harriers, and eagles. Some authors use “hawk” generally for any small or medium accipitrid bird that is not an eagle. Common names for some birds include the term “falcon”, which reflects traditional usage. For example, some people may call an osprey a “fish falcon” or a peregrine falcon a “duck falcon”.