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    Cooper's Hawk? Southwest Montana

    The bird in your photo is an adult Sharp-shinned Hawk, not a juvenile. Juveniles of both Sharp-shinned and Cooper's Hawk have brown on the wings and back, not grey, and their bellies are streaked with brown, rather than barred with orange-red.