Sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus) is a small bird of prey. The bird occurs from northwest Africa to much of the temperated and subtropical Eurasia. In Europe the sparrowhawk is the most common bird of prey.
Hobby (Falco subbuteo) is a medium sized hawk that is a skilled flyer. The Hobby occurs in larger parts of Europe. It is spread from the Atlantic coast to Kamchatka.
Goshawks (Accipiter nisus) occur circumpolar over all the northern parts of the northern hemisphere, but its range extends as southerly to Morocco and Mexico.