This juvenile has mottled brown upperparts and yellowish eyes. If underparts were visible, they would be characterized by wide, brown streaks.
Deep coniferous forests and mixed hardwood-conifer woodlands all across North America.
I first posted this as a juvenile Cooper's Hawk but I was informed by Project Noah member, Liam, that it is more likely a juvenile Sharp-shinned Hawk. I am quite happy about this because that makes this a sure lifer for me. Sharpies are not seen often at the Ridgefield NWR in southwest Washington state. Thanks to Liam for correcting the ID on this bird!