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    Cooper's Hawk? Southwest Montana

    The only thing that still has me thinking Cooper's is the eyes. I haven't found a picture yet that shows the Sharp with red eyes. And the eyes on this one is blood red. Both have very similar colors even the yellow bridge on the beak. Thanks for the input.
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    Cooper's Hawk? Southwest Montana

    I just found another picture on the this site and it looks identical to my picture. Thinking it is a younger bird. http://fieldguide.mt.gov/speciesDetail.aspx?elcode=ABNKC12040
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    Cooper's Hawk? Southwest Montana

    Thanks everyone, thought maybe it was a juvenile and that's why I couldn't tell for sure. Really is cool watching it come down out the sky at mach1 and chase the little one around. Haven't seen him catch anything yet.
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    Cooper's Hawk? Southwest Montana

    I saw this beauty chasing a bunch of Cedar Waxwing's in one of our apple trees and manged to get a few pic's of him. (or her) I can recognize most of the birds we have around this area but this one I can't quite decide. My thought is the Cooper's Hawk as it the closest match I've found. It's...
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