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Need help identifying this bird (1 Viewer)

birduser

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I'm not quite sure whether I can identify this as a Red-tailed Hawk or not based on the color of its tail with its body pattern matching. This is in Upstate New York, so its a pretty good guess.
 

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Ruff-Leg

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Right bird in picture 0041 shows a red tail, and all show the characteristic black leading edge of the inner wing - patagium - of Red-tails. As THE FERN pointed out.
 

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