The Cooper’s Hawk concept includes four distinct components: an upscale casual dining restaurant, full-service bar, private dining room, and Napa-style tasting room and retail gift store all under one roof. Adult Cooper's Hawk: Adult Sharp-Shinned Hawk (Photo Credit: Tom Hoffelder) Sharp-shinned hawks ("sharpies") and Cooper's hawks are so similar that even the experts sometimes have difficulty correctly identifying them. Even though the Cooper's hawk is larger than a sharpie, both species are so dimorphic in size that a male Cooper's and a female.
The adult male Cooper’s hawk has a steely blue-gray mantle and head. The forehead is lighter gray and the throat is still lighter, graduating to white. The chest is white with fine rufous bars extending down the thighs and across the under-wing secondary coverts. The upper-wing coverts are dark gray like the mantle. Our Cooper’s Hawk Wine Club is an all-inclusive membership where you will not only receive our winemaker’s newly released wine each month, but also enjoy many great benefits including invitations to members-only events, exclusive discounts, points on purchases, birthday rewards, and our Wine Club Newsletter with information on new wines, special events, and great recipes.
Among the bird world’s most skillful fliers, Cooper’s Hawks are common woodland hawks that tear through cluttered tree canopies in high speed pursuit of other birds. You’re most likely to see one prowling above a forest edge or field using just a few stiff wingbeats followed by a glide. Adult Cooper’s Hawk Identification Both male and female mature Cooper’s hawks look similar, though the females are generally larger. They share the same proportions and field marks, however, and careful study of these birds will yield easy clues to their identity.