Saturday, February 14, 2015

Red-Shouldered Hawk, February 14, 2015

near Baldwyn, Mississippi, USA, February 3, 2015

I think this a Red-Shouldered Hawk.  The parasite plant growing on the tree is Mistletoe.

Though this photo is blurry, I like seeing the spread of wing and tail feathers.

Have a Beautiful Day!

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  1. Lea, great captures of your hawk! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post.. Have a happy Valentine's Day weekend!

  2. that's our most common type of hawk we see here. :)

  3. Magnificent photography of that wondrous bird!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol

  4. I'm always hoping to photograph a hawk or owl. Great shot of the wings, that is so difficult to capture!

  5. Those hawks are hard to capture. These are great!

    Teresa @ Eden Hills

  6. Beautiful captures!
    Have a Beautiful Day!
    Peace :)

  7. I too like the hawk in flight showing off its wing and tail markings!! Lucky you.

    Once again, thanks for taking time to add your link to share your birding post at I'd Rather B Birdin'!!!

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  9. Amazing captures. Such a beautiful bird!

  10. There were 2 hawks mating over the property on Sunday. The hubby said every squirrel and bird around were in hiding for fear that the male hawk would be trying to give the female a wedding present.

    1. So true!
      I hope this freezing rain we had yesterday did not reach as far south as your place.

  11. OOOH! You know how much I love hawks! ☺


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