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Red-shouldered Hawk

Uploaded by: MNBob

Monday April 18, 2011

Shoreview, MN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: This hawk, guarding and eating his meal, was not particularly bothered as cars passed by within 5-10 feet. This photo was taken from the car at several times that range. Can someone please comfirm the species - is this a red-shouldered hawk, perhaps an immature bird? tx

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5. MNBob
3:15 AM GMT on April 23, 2011
Thanks all. Being able to get any shot was a complete surprise. Initially we were in the midst of traffic and had to pass by a few feet from him. We drove a ways, turned around, and found him virtually unchanged when we returned. He must have been very hungry and possibly used to roads along with being young. Regardless, he was living dangerously.
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4. jerseyshoretoo
5:43 PM GMT on April 21, 2011
Wow, beautiful detail on this shot! He looks determined not to share.
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3. gingyb
11:38 AM GMT on April 19, 2011
Great capture
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2. BoazR
3:44 AM GMT on April 19, 2011
Great shot
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1. tep31
3:42 AM GMT on April 19, 2011
Great capture...he does look intent on protecting his lunch! I am not great with bird identification but am sure many other WU folks will be able to help. Thanks for sharing! ~Elizabeth
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