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Accipitridae


Accipitridae Vigors, 1824
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Order: Accipitriformes
Family: Accipitridae Vigors, 1824

Vernacular Names

  • Afrikaans: Arend
  • Albanian: Shqiponja
  • Arabic: بازيات · حدأة · عقاب
  • Aragonese: Alica · Milvinae
  • Armenian: Արծիվ
  • Aymara: Paka
  • Azerbaijani: Çalağanlar · Qırğılar
  • Bashkir: Бөркөт
  • Basque: Arrano
  • Belarusian: Ястрабіныя
  • Bengali, Bangla: ঈগল · চিল
  • Bosnian: Orao
  • Breton: Barged (evn) · Erer
  • Bulgarian: Орел · Ястребови
  • Burmese: ဝန်လူငှက်
  • Catalan, Valencian: Accipítrid · Àguila · Milà (au)
  • Chechen: Ǵirǵa
  • Chinese: 鹰 · 鹰科
  • Chuvash: Ăмăрткайăк · Хурчка йышшисем
  • Croatian: Jastrebovi · Orlovi
  • Czech: Jestřábovití · Orel
  • Danish: Glente · Ørn
  • Dutch: Arend (roofvogel) · Havikachtigen · haviken en arenden · Wouwen
  • English: Eagle · Eagles, Goshawks, etc · Kites · Kites, Eagles, Hawks and Allies · Kites, Hawks & Eagles
  • Esperanto: Aglo · Akcipitredoj · Milvenoj
  • Estonian: Haugaslased · Kotkad
  • Faroese: Gleða · Ørn
  • Finnish: Haukat · Kotkat
  • French: Aigle · Milan (oiseau)
  • Galician: Acipítrido · Aguia
  • Georgian: არწივი
  • German: Adler (Biologie) · Habichtartige
  • Greek (modern): Αετός
  • Haitian, Haitian Creole: Èg
  • Hausa: Shaho
  • Hebrew (modern): נציים · עיט
  • Hindi: चील · महाश्येन
  • Hungarian: Kányaformák · Sas · Vágómadárfélék
  • Ido: Aglo · Milano (ucelo)
  • Indonesian: Elang
  • Irish: Iolar
  • Italian: Aquila
  • Japanese: タカ科 · 鷲
  • Javanese: Elang
  • Kazakh: Қаршыға тұқымдасы
  • Kirundi: Inkona
  • Korean: 독수리류 · 수리과
  • Latin: Aquila
  • Latvian: Ērgļi (putni) · Vanagu dzimta
  • Lithuanian: Ereliai · Pesliai · Vanaginiai
  • Malay: Helang
  • Malayalam: പരുന്ത്
  • Marathi (Marāṭhī): गरुड
  • Mongolian: Бүргэд
  • Navajo, Navaho: Atsá
  • Nepali: चील
  • Northern Sami: Hávuhat
  • Norwegian: Haukefamilien · Ørner
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Glentar · Haukefamilien · Ørn
  • Old Church Slavonic, Church Slavonic, Old Bulgarian: Орьлъ
  • Ossetian, Ossetic: Цъиусур
  • Pashto, Pushto: ګوربت
  • Persian (Farsi): عقاب · عقابیان · کورکور
  • Polish: Jastrzębiowate · Orły
  • Portuguese: Águia · Milhafre
  • Romanian: Vultur
  • Russian: Коршуны · Орлиные · Ястребиные
  • Scottish Gaelic, Gaelic: Iolair
  • Serbian: Орао
  • Shona: Gondo
  • Slovak: Jastrabovité
  • Somali: Dafo
  • Spanish, Castilian: Águila
  • Sundanese: Heulang
  • Swahili: Mwewe · Tai
  • Swedish: Glador · Hökartade rovfåglar · Örnar
  • Tagalog: Agila
  • Tamil: கழுகு · பருந்து
  • Telugu: గద్ద
  • Thai: วงศ์เหยี่ยวและอินทรี · อินทรี
  • Tibetan Standard, Tibetan, Central: བྱ་རྒོད།
  • Turkish: Atmacagiller · Çaylak · Kartal
  • Ukrainian: Справжні орли · Справжні шуліки · Яструбові
  • Urdu: عقاب
  • Vietnamese: Họ Ưng · Đại bàng
  • Welsh: Eryr
  • Western Frisian: Haukfûgels
  • Yiddish: אדלער

Accipiter nisus, type species of Accipitridae


Subfamiliae: Accipitrinae - Aegypiinae - Aquilinae - Buteoninae - Circaetinae - Circinae - Elaninae - Gypaetinae - Haliaeetinae - Harpiinae - Melieraxinae - Milvinae - Perninae - Polyboroidinae

Scientific Name

Accipitridae Vieillot, 1816

Distribution


Map showing distribution of observations of Accipitridae.

Gallery

End Notes

References

Page Notes

  • URL: http://ZipcodeZoo.com/index.php/Accipitridae
  • Primary Sources: Global Biodiversity Information Facility · the Taxonomicon · The Catalogue of Life, 3rd January 2011 · Wikimedia Commons · Wikispecies · ZipcodeZoo.com.
  • Last revised: 2015-2-11. Last revision: ZZBot. 38450 bytes.