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Uploaded by: SammyWoody

Monday May 27, 2013

Moncks Corner, SC (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Have a family nesting in an oak tree by my back door, for 2 YRs now - very beautiful. Still trying to identify exact species.

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3. WeatherWise
12:31 AM GMT on August 02, 2013
I can hear him calling - sharp piercing
call letting everyone know he is there!
Great shot!
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2. SammyWoody
10:01 AM GMT on June 03, 2013
Thanks - I'll check it out...Sam.
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1. eojyciuj
10:10 PM GMT on June 02, 2013
If I had a guess I'd say it is a young Coopers hawk or perhaps a young sharp shinned hawk. Go to (allaboutbirds.com) the Cornell University site. They have visual and audio for identification.
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About SammyWoody

SammyWoody

Just a guy who loves the great outdoors and all of the natural beauty in this world. The area I live in, affectionately called "The Low Country", is near Charleston, SC; Lakes Marion and Moultrie, the Cooper River, and Francis Marion National Forest. Lots of swamp life. Check out my 3 min video called "South Carolina-Wild and Beautiful" posted on youtube.com. Enter my name under "Search" as "samwlassiter".

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