BOTD – Hawks


This is written for Lisa Open Our Eyes Hawks

Red-tailed hawk
Swainson’s hawk?
Juvenile Red-shoulder hawk – Nevada
Sharp-shinned hawk
Red-tailed hawk – light phase – Nevada

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5 Responses to BOTD – Hawks

  1. bmary8222 says:

    They are beautiful birds.

  2. Those red-tailed hawks enjoy Nevada, don’t they, BL? Anyway, I liked this post, so I will include it in my round up next week since it fits my Sunday Stills theme. If you decide to post with birds feeding, please leave me another comment in my blog so I can find it!

    • If on your trips south take US 95 and you will pass There a Visitor
      Center both are worth visiting. Pahranagat NWR. It is a small reserve that is important to migration time. Desert NWR

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