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Red-shouldered Hawk

Buteo lineatus


Sitting about 15 feet up in a tree on the side of a golf course near wetlands area. 12-18" long.


Anyone familiar enough with hawks to help identify? Recently saw another very similar looking hawk. After staring and Sibley and Stokes I felt like that one was a Sharp-shinned Hawk. But really not sure at all about either this one or that one. Thought about the Florida Subspecies of the Red-shouldered hawk given the grey head. Went with that one after a suggestion came right in.

1 Comment

QuigCrew 9 years ago

thanks @nickenew1 - seems right to me and had looked at that one in Sibley. What is the key identifier for you?

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Florida, USA

Spotted on Mar 26, 2012
Submitted on Mar 26, 2012


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