Today I was thrilled to see my family of hawks soaring high above the Scarborough Civic Centre.
The sound of the juvenile red-tails calling got my attention. I stood and watched them soar around and around.
As I drove around the corner by the TTC I saw two juveniles in the tree calling to each other. There was a groundhog on the ground and the one swept down over him.
Both fledged red-tails look really good.
My friend Eileen said in Cherokee, red tails are called "tookini" or small hawk.
I was honoured to see them today.
Offically today the migration has started. Osprey, American Kestrels, Sharp Shinned Hawk and Northern Harriers were seen flying by the bluffs.
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