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Thank you very much again!
The females are more difficult to tell apart, and this one looks like a female. It looks like a Cooper's because it appears larger than the Sharp-shinned. The wing and stomach patterns are also slightly different
There are several ways to tell them apart. This site will help: http://feederwatch.org/learn/tricky-bird...
Thank you venusflytrap2000! Could you please let me know how you make the difference with the Sharp-shinned Hawk?
Looks like a female
Spotted on Dec 23, 2015 Submitted on Jan 2, 2016