The Red-tailed Hawk family has succeed in having two eyas. Very hard to see them but I can hear them and see them flapping around high in the nest.

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Female was sitting on top of government building today. I see only  one hawk soaring daily. Work being done in nest area a new path. Want to wander under old nest to see if any feathers.

Monday, September 30, 2013

Female Red-tailed Hawk Sept 30, 2013

Saw the female Red-tailed Hawk at lunch today sitting in her usual tree by work.  Juveniles would be all gone now and getting ready to migrate.

She likes to sit facing the sun.  Amazing bird.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Red tail being chased by little July 17

On the drive into office I saw one of the juvenile fly over the driveway being chased by a red-winged blackbird. Good to know the red-tails are still in area. No photos only visual sighting. Heard the hawk just before it flew. Very hot out there for poor birds

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Red-tailed Hawk juvenile in flight

Watching them fly is amazing. In one of the shots look at how they go straight up in the air then change the direction to go straight across. The people at the restaurant are wondering what the hell are those noisy big birds. Amazing.

Red-tailed Hawk juvenile crying for food non stop

I love hawks and I love the sounds they make. It is so easy to find them once you know their call. This one has true personality. Love the pantaloons.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

A mix of photos of the two juvenile Red-tailed Hawk. July 9, 2013

So happy to finally see the babies. They were having a great time in the rain and flying. Enjoy a mix of shots. First time I have really seen the hawks this year. Both female, both healthy, both flying really well and beautiful.

Juvenile Red-tailed Hawk walking the light stand july 9, 2013

What a hoot. She walked back and forth and almost fell off the end. Light walking a tight rope. Pooring rain by the way

Juvenile Red-tailed Hawk landing in tree and then flying again July 9, 2013

One of the joys is watching the juveniles fly. They scream, they flap and they go around in circles looking for a good place to land. This one landed in the trees and I was sure he would fall off. Once he settled off he went again back the same way. lol Mom had to be near with food.

Adult Red-tailed Hawk - female - 7:30am on the way to work. July 9, 2013