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  1. Sharp-shinned Hawk

    Sharp-shinned Hawk

    Sharp-shinned Hawk (Accipiter striatus erythronemius) Rufous-thighed Hawk.
  2. Lift off

    Lift off

    Same hawk just after take off.
  3. The Master

    The Master

    This one payed me a visit yesterday and stayed around for a while and appears to be a juvenile from the markings.
  4. Sharp-Shinned Hawk

    Sharp-Shinned Hawk

  5. Sharpie Launching

    Sharpie Launching

    Sharp-Shinned hawk launching for a sneak attack
  6. Sharp-Shinned Hawk

    Sharp-Shinned Hawk

  7. Sharp-shinned Hawk juvenile

    Sharp-shinned Hawk juvenile

  8. On the hunt

    On the hunt

  9. Sharp-shinned Hawk

    Sharp-shinned Hawk

    I was shooting Hummingbirds, as usual and this appeared on the Bluebird House. Sure glad the Bluebirds decided not to try for the 3rd brood this year.
  10. Sharp-shinned Hawk

    Sharp-shinned Hawk

    A juvenile Sharp-shinned Hawk grooms itself in a heavily forested area in the Theler Wetlands near Hood Canal in western Washington State.
  11. Juvenile Male(?) Cooper's Hawk

    Juvenile Male(?) Cooper's Hawk

    Juvenile Cooper's Hawk just hanging out in the birdbath. After much conferring on the Bird Q&A Board, this has been positively identified as a juvy Cooper's.
  12. Sharp-Shinned Hawk Juvinile

    Sharp-Shinned Hawk Juvinile

  13. Attack!

    Attack!

    A young Sharp-Shinned Hawk as he starts to swoop down on an unsuspecting prey.
  14. The Silent Season

    The Silent Season

    Season's greetings and best wishes to my friends around the world. It'e been a most enjoyable and informative first year at Birdforum! Colorob
  15. sharp-skinned hawk

    sharp-skinned hawk

    near walking trail in McKay park
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