Neighborhood hawks

In the early spring, we were pretty sure we had red-tailed hawks nesting nearby. We could hear what sounded like the young calling for food, and we saw two adults pretty much every day. While we never did discover where the nest is, and haven’t seen any fledgling hawks,  we still see the adults fairly regularly. Whenever I am in the yard and all goes quiet, I look up and see one sailing through. Click on pictures to enlarge.

© Chris Taylor

© Chris Taylor

© Chris Taylor

© Chris Taylor

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2 thoughts on “Neighborhood hawks

  1. Chris. Thanks for the lovely work. It is very important to stay focused on these creatures. I saw your lovely shot of the mink in the wetlands show…….do you know of other shots of mink out there…I think it might be rather unique and important. Could be a rallying photo.

  2. Thank you so much! I have several mink shots in this blog post, but I haven’t seen any others from the Wakarusa Wetlands. If I come across others, I will definitely pass them on. 🙂

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