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accipiter cooperii

  1. Coopers Hawk

    Coopers Hawk

    A juvenile Cooper's Hawk panicking the birds at the bird feeders in our yard
  2. RX10_Mar27_Coopers_Hawk_#5.jpg

    RX10_Mar27_Coopers_Hawk_#5.jpg

    Juvenile female Cooper's Hawk
  3. Cooper's Hawk

    Cooper's Hawk

    Quietly observing all that goes on... was very interested in the Nuthatches buzzing around the pines.
  4. Perched Coop

    Perched Coop

    A female Cooper's Hawk finds a spot to call out to her mate during a game of hide n seek I had the pleasure to witness. :)
  5. Cooper's Hawk

    Cooper's Hawk

    Playing hide n' seek with me and it's mate.
  6. Cooper's hawk_HA.jpg

    Cooper's hawk_HA.jpg

    Copper's hawk take off series (1of3)
  7. Cooper's hawk_H3.jpg

    Cooper's hawk_H3.jpg

    Copper's hawk take-off series (3 of 3)
  8. Cooper's hawk_H2.jpg

    Cooper's hawk_H2.jpg

    Copper's hawk take-off series (2 of 3)
  9. Chilly Morning

    Chilly Morning

    Juvenile Cooper's Hawk
  10. Cooper's Hawk

    Cooper's Hawk

    Taken through the window. This hawk is always after the crows.
  11. Cooper's hawk

    Cooper's hawk

    Didn't have to go too far to photograph this one. I was in fact swimming in my pool in my backyard when this hawk popped onto my fence about 20 feet away, hoping to score one of the birds at my feeders. He's been a backyard regular for years now. In the summer, I often bring my camera and...
  12. Adult Cooper's Hawk

    Adult Cooper's Hawk

    While outside photographing cute little birds, this "uninvited" guest shows up unannounced and wants a "snack"
  13. A Juvenile Cooper's Hawk

    A Juvenile Cooper's Hawk

    Was not so surprised to see this Cooper's Hawk watching over my feeders.
  14. Cooper Hawk

    Cooper Hawk

    This Cooper Hawk was accommodating to let me take a few shots. Good thing because not many shots worked in my favor. Love his red eyes.
  15. Cooper Hawk

    Cooper Hawk

    Yesterday while sitting on my back porch I heard a Gray Squirrel give the warning yell. I looked around for a few minutes and saw nothing and then a moment later he showed up. Ready to pounce on something. An unexpected visitor.
  16. Cooper's Hawk

    Cooper's Hawk

    Coopers Hawk (Accipiter cooperii) Bryan, Brazos County, Texas, USA. Old Travis B. Bryan Municipal Golf Course. Along the margins of Country Club Lake at ca. 91 m (ca. 300 ft) elevation. Post Oak Savannah Vegetational Area.
  17. A Hawk Giving The Evil Eye

    A Hawk Giving The Evil Eye

    This guy was in my backyard today with a kill, a Starling. He comes around more or less on a regular basis to check out the feeders. Here he is giving me the evil eye for disturbing him at his lunch.
  18. You Promised Me A Fat Starling If I Would Pose For You

    You Promised Me A Fat Starling If I Would Pose For You

    A juvenile Cooper's Hawk. I am resorting my catalog and finding favorite images I had forgotten I had. This is and old one from long ago. He was sitting on the bird feeder stand when I pulled up in my car. When I stepped out of my car I saw him for the first time, about 30 feet away. I...
  19. Starling Control

    Starling Control

    Another one of my resident Cooper's Hawk doing what he was born to do.
  20. Spit !!!! - Why Do Starlings Have to Have Feathers Anyway!

    Spit !!!! - Why Do Starlings Have to Have Feathers Anyway!

    Bet you didn't know a Cooper's Hawk could spit. This guy visits my feeders on a regular basis. He flew up and landed on the rail of our ramp, while we were having lunch. He sat there for about 5 seconds, then swooped down and caught a Starling. I grabbed my camera and got a few pictures. I...
  21. I Just Dropped In For Lunch

    I Just Dropped In For Lunch

    This guy came to our feeders today while we were having lunch. He grabbed a Starling and went next door to dine. I managed to get close enough to get a few images.
  22. Cooper's Hawk (juvenile)

    Cooper's Hawk (juvenile)

    Coopers Hawk (Accipiter cooperii) Juvenile. Photographed in my backyard. Open manicured area with Post Oaks (Quercus stellata) at ca. 101 m (330 ft) elevation. Bryan, Brazos County, Texas, USA.
  23. Cooper Hawk

    Cooper Hawk

    Hi Folks; Had a couple of young Cooper Hawks join us for breakfast in our garden this morning. Gina had her Olympus E-PL1 beside her and captured this one on our wall. Cooper's Hawk is a medium-sized hawk native to the North American continent and found from Southern Canada to Northern Mexico...
  24. 2 Cooper Juveniles in Bird Bath

    2 Cooper Juveniles in Bird Bath

    Hi Folks; Webshots have finally bit the dust and are reopening as "Smiles". I'm not impressed so I downloaded my over 3000 images and will post some here. The 2 Coopers shown here were born in the same nest in 2004 as the other one I posted today. These 2 were about 3 weeks old and not...
  25. Cooper Hawk

    Cooper Hawk

    Hi; Captured this Cooper Hawk perched on a mesquite tree looking for dinner. About an hour later he had caught a dove. Fill flash used to assist as he was sitting in the shadow of the branches,
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