Two to ID..I think the larger one may be a Sharp Shinned but not sure. The small type hawk looks like what we called a sparrow hawk or chicken hawk when I was a kid. I hope you all can make some out of my poor photos. Thanks
The first photo is a young Red-shouldered Hawk. Notice the translucent crescent-shaped "windows" at the end of the wings. Notice also the pale orange "shoulders" and the tail with dark bands thicker than the white bands.
I agree on American Kestrel for the second photo. It did used to be known as "Sparrow Hawk ".
Agree the Kestrel is cool too. I spotted this one from the car way off on a tree line so had to get out of car and track it down. Wouldn't let me close at all, kept jumping around or flying to another tree so got this blur shot of it from too far away. Since then I have seen several but the ones here are flighty and don't stay around long at all. Maybe I'll get another chance soon. Glad you got a picture of one MLoyko.