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Feather, found in Fort Myers, FL in July of 2015.

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4 Comments

Jenny Hays
Jenny Hays 5 years ago

found it on my college campus, in fort myers florida...campus is near preserve and woods. It is approximately 7 - 8 inches long

thanks for the suggestions!!!

JoshuaGSmith
JoshuaGSmith 5 years ago

It is a Red-shouldered Hawk's secondary flight feather.

MrsPbio
MrsPbio 5 years ago

This is definitely a left wing feather... a secondary flight fleather I believe. But in order to get possible ID, a bit more info is needed:
1) Where was it found, specifically? Suburban backyard? River? Forest? City? (Different birds are found in different habitats, so this would help me narrow down my options considerably.)
2) How long is it? (This would tell me the SIZE of the bird, which would narrow down the choices even further. )

:)

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Jenny Hays
Spotted by
Jenny Hays

Florida, USA

Spotted on Jul 1, 2015
Submitted on Jul 7, 2015

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