Observe dos ejemplares adultos
Flying over buildings, probably looking for lunch.
I've been seeing this hawk on campus for about a week now, perched essentially around the same parking lot each time I see the bird.
When I drove by he left what he was eating in the meadow and headed for the tree line. Photos are extreme crops
The Accipitriformes is an order that has been proposed to include most of the diurnal birds of prey: hawks, eagles, vultures, and many others, about 225 species in all. For a long time, the majority view has been to include them with the falcons in the Falconiformes, but some authorities have recognized a separate Accipitriformes. A recent DNA study has indicated that falcons are not closely related to the Accipitriformes, being instead related to parrots and...