From time to time, especially during
winter when the migratory hawks are here, I see a Cooper's hawk soaring
over. Frequently with crows trying to persuade them to move on. This
young one is posing close to the nest where he hatched, in a park .
This femaleCooper's hawk posed nicely
for me. But
I didn't manage to get her in flight. She is probably the mother of the
young one above.
their nest in a eucalyptus tree, in a park.
Cooper's hawk is right below my window, in the shade of my tangelo tree. It is
dining on the wood
rat that had been eating my tangelos.
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