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Often the Cooper's Hawks fly around parks looking for birds and squirrels and such. They are very common.https://greennature.com/hawks/
Red tailed hawk
juvenile bald eagle?
This was the best photo that I had. The hawk was trying to catch a squirrel in a tree and hooping and flying from the fence to the tree.
Strange individual, any more photos? Best I can come up with is a leucistic Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis borealis).
nice spotting am77103,can you tell us something about the story? :),thanks for sharing and welcome to Project Noah :)I hope you like the site and the community as much we do,there are many features you can explore,the chats for questions and comments on your's and other's spottings and to elp you in the ID process,a blog wich link is http://blog.projectnoah.org/ where you can find articls about wildlife writen by our best's specialist's in each field and news about some of our most knowed users.Normaly spottings are adeed to missions to make easier the acess to other user's,the missions button is on the top of the page there you can find the ones fits better in your case,attention to the range of each mission,there are missions that haved a global name but are local,so you have to see the map of the mission and their you have the range of the mission marked,if is in your residential area ist' good,them there are global missions that you can join freely.For furder info you shoul go to http://www.projectnoah.org/faqEnjoy your self,see you arround :)
Lat: 39.57, Long: -76.07
Spotted on Nov 11, 2012 Submitted on Nov 11, 2012