Red-shouldered Hawk

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Nature, Photography, Wildlife

It was 8 degrees (-13 degrees C.) when I woke up this morning and there was the “resident” red-shouldered hawk perching on the top of tree branch under the beautiful golden morning light. How could anyone resist in capturing the scene!

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A retired professional engineer turns nature lover and photographer

2 thoughts on “Red-shouldered Hawk”

  1. How wonderful to start a day with such a pleasant surprise! From the warm light shown in your photo, it’s hard to tell this hawk is in below freezing point temperature.

  2. shungphotography says:

    I always wonder where the birds hide at night to survive the sub-freezing temperature. This hawk kept looking down to the ground looking for any “moving target”, such as squirrel for breakfast!

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